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Hyundai to make flying cars for Uber air taxis

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South Korean auto manufacturer Hyundai unveils a new “flying car” in partnership with Uber during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Stockshots of the vehicle, which resembles a helicopter combined with a giant drone

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