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8 Reasons Why Ford Would be First in the Flying Car Industry

We're little more than a year away from the future Marty McFly visited in “Back to the Future Part II,” when Marty was dazzled by flying cars, hover boards and “Jaws 19 in 3D.” While none of these things have yet come to pass, many people in Utah and across the nation are still eagerly awaiting a day where they can pick up their own flying car from their local dealer. But if a real flying car is going to be developed anytime soon, Ford will develop it first. Here are a few reasons why.

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First in Innovation

First in Innovation

Ford has a long history of being an innovative force in the automotive industry. From the introduction of the assembly line and the Model T to creating an aluminum-body F150, the company has always led the way in innovation.

2

Built Ford Tough

Built Ford Tough

The legacy of vehicles being “Built Ford tough” would certainly apply to flying cars as well. While competitor's attempts at flying cars probably wouldn't get airborne, Ford's would be built to last.

3

Looking to the Future

Looking to the Future

Even with the incredible success the company has had across the nation for years, particularly in Utah, Ford is continually looking forward. Never content to rest, they are always looking for new ways to bring better vehicles to your Ford local dealer.

4

Award-winning Quality

Award-winning Quality

Ford's vehicles have been awarded time and time again for being the best on the road. Be it the Motor Trend Truck of the Year or best in show at Auto week there is a level of quality that can be found at the local Ford dealer that competitors can't match.

5

Affordability

Affordability

One of Henry Ford's biggest innovations was making automobiles affordable for the general public. While other companies that are currently attempting to develop flying cars will probably charge outrageous amounts of money, Ford's vehicles will almost certainly once again make the product more accessible to the public.

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Aviation History

Aviation History

Ford actually manufactured aircraft with its Stout Metal Airplane Division in the 20s and 30s, including the successful Trimotor passenger aircraft.

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EcoBoost

EcoBoost

Innovations such as the EcoBoost engine help motorists from Utah to the East Coast save money on fuel – something that would certainly come in handy after picking up a flying car at the local Ford dealer.

8

Safety

Safety

Many of Ford's vehicles have been awarded for their high safety standards. Any flying car the company placed on the market would undergo serious testing to ensure the safest ride for drivers.

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Writer

Writer

Kevin Johnson writes for Henry Day Ford. He is a writer for Fusion 360, an advertising agency in Utah.

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