Up Up and Away: The best flying cars from around the world

We've rounded up a whole selection of flying vehicles that can be used on the road and in the air. (image credit: Moller)
This isn't just any flying car, the Alauda Mk3 is a flying race car. The idea behind this car is to kick start a new sport of full-fledged flying car racing. (image credit: Airspeeder/Alauda Aeronautics)
At one moment you can be tearing it along the beaches of Dover and the next you can take to the skies to fly across the Channel. (image credit: Vaylon)
The Moller Skycar 400 really does look like something out of the future and it has all manner of appeal, including eight engines to keep it going. (image credit: Moller International)
This is primarily a mini helicopter, similar to Little Nellie from the James Bond film 'You Only Live Twice', but can also be used on the road. (image credit: Nirvana Systems)
The Skydrive project has been made possible after it won a competition in 2014 and since then, has obtained funding from various companies including Toyota. (image credit: Cartivator)
The DeLorean DR-7 is the brainchild of Paul DeLorean, nephew of John who famously created the iconic DMC-12. (image credit: DeLorean Aerospace)
This is, as its name suggests, a quad that can fly. It's fully electric and has been designed to carry loads up to 100kg while weighing just 500kg itself. (image credit: Neva Aviation)
This is the world's first fully-electric VTOL (vertical take off and landing) vehicle. Able to hold up to 7 passengers and intended to be used as an air taxi. (image credit: Lilium)
The AeroMobil 3.0, created by Slovakian company AeroMobil, is probably what you would you draw if someone asked you what a flying car looks like. (image credit: AeroMobil)
The Terrafugia TF-X will have folding-wing technology that will allow it to transform from car to flying vehicle in under a minute. (image credit: Terrafugia)
This is entirely autonomous, so you won't need to get involved with the actual flying and if it detects any problems, it will automatically land. (image credit: Ehang)
The Aerofex Aero-X is essentially a flying bike and looks a little bit like a Landspeeder from Star Wars. (image credit: Aerofex)
This one can transform from car to gyroplane at the press of a button, allowing you take off to the skies in no time at all. (image credit: Pal-V)
The GF7 is in a concept stage at the moment, but designers Greg Brown and Dave Fawcett believe it could provide incredibly fast travel between cities. (image credit: Greg Brown and Dave Fawcett)
With this one, if you're stuck in traffic on the road you can request a flying module to come and pick you up. (image credit: Airbus/Italdesign)
The Kitty Hawk Flyer looks like it will be more of a fun recreational vehicle than car replacement. (image credit: Kitty Hawk)
Flike is a tricopter that can carry one person with a weight up to 100kgs, Flike says it is capable of unmanned autonomous flight too. (image credit: Flike)