Samson motors is releasing the world's first flying sports car in the spring of 2018 and it is called the Switchblade.
Designed by Oregon-based Samson Motors, the Switchblade is a three wheel car that can hold two passengers. When on the ground the car measures 16.7 feet long, but with the wings extended it measures 20.3 feet long.
That means you can drive it both on the streets and in the air.
While in the air, the Switchblade can reach a speed of 200 mph and can fly at an altitude of 13,000 feet. While on the ground, it can reach speeds up to 100 mph.
Unlike vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) vehicles, the Switchblade can't takeoff from the road, and will need to be flown from regular airports.
A spokesperson for Samson said: "You can drive the Switchblade to any public airport to take off, and may land at the same, or any other, public airport. You can also take off and land from any private airport where you have privileges."
In terms of engine, the Switchblade is powered by a 190bhp liquid-cooled 1.6-litre V4 engine, which gives the car a range of around 450 miles from the 113-liter fuel tank.
Three versions of the car exist – the Snowbird, for colder climates, the Trek, designed for heavy-duty landing, and the Aurora, which combines the Snowbird and Trek.