London (Daily Mail): Long before the futuristic vision of ‘Orbit City’ was unveiled in the Jetsons, flying cars captivated the world’s imagination. But so far, the goal of creating a working flying car has proved elusive. Now, one company claims it is one step closer to making the technology a reality after releasing new designs for its revolutionary vehicle known as the TF-X. Terrafugia’s concept vehicle - which doubles as both a plane and a land car - has fold-out wings with twin electric motors attached to each end. These motors allow the TF-X to move from a vertical to a horizontal position, and will be powered by a 300 hp engine. According to the company, thrust will be provided by a ducted fan, and the vehicle will have a cruising speed of 200 mph (322 km/h), along with a 500 mile (805 km) flight range.