Terrafugia (ter-ra-FOO-gee-ah) intends to catalyze a revolution in personal mobility. Our vehicles bring a new level of safety, convenience, and freedom to personal transportation. The Transition® is the first step on the road to the practical flying car. A street-legal airplane that converts between flying and driving modes in under a minute, the Transition® integrates proven technology with innovative components such as our patented folding wing design. It gives the pilot the option to land and drive in bad weather, provides integrated ground transportation on both ends of the flight, and fits in a standard single car garage at home. The Transition® can fly in and out of over 5,000 public airports in the U.S. and is legal to drive on public roads and highways. It is the only light sport aircraft designed to meet Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, and it is also equipped with a full-vehicle parachute for additional safety. Terrafugia is in the advanced stages of testing the Transition® in preparation for production. Terrafugia’s vision for the future is the TF-X™: a bold concept intended to lead the creation of a new industry and bring personal aviation into the mainstream. A four-seat, plug-in hybrid electric flying car with fly-by-wire vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) capabilities, the TF-X™ is designed to bring personal aviation to the world. The design will make use of the high power density and reliability of modern electric motors in combination with parallel power and control system architectures to achieve a higher level of safety than modern automobiles. The TF-X™ will provide true door-to-door transportation combined with the freedom of vertical takeoff and landing -- creating a new dimension of personal mobility. Terrafugia is derived from the Latin for “Escape the Earth”. We’re Driven to Fly.™
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HQWoburn, US
Size (employees)105 (est)+9%
Terrafugia was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in Woburn, US
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Terrafugia Office Locations

Terrafugia has an office in Woburn
Woburn, US (HQ)
23 Rainin Rd
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Terrafugia total Funding

$5.6 m

Terrafugia latest funding size

$1 m

Time since last funding

6 years ago
Terrafugia's latest funding round in May 2012 was reported to be $1 m. In total, Terrafugia has raised $5.6 m
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Terrafugia News and Updates

Flying Car Partnership Established Between China’s Terrafugia and CEVT

The group will work on the first vehicle in the lineup Terrafugia’s Transition

Electric Vehicles Alone May Not Help Air Quality or CO2 Emissions in China

Researchers advise electrifying buses and taxis in order to maximize the effectiveness

Porsche Exec Says Flying Car Development May Be In The Offing

Is the Porsche exec serious with his comments? Will Porsche end up developing a flying car? Or are these comments simply meant to generate buzz?

Geely Chairman Li Shufu presented with ‘Man of the Year’ accolade by europe’s largest automotive jury

The AUTOBEST GALA 2018 saw 31 nations gather at the European motoring jury’s annual awards for a glittering ceremony in Salzburg’s historic Karl Böhm Saal this week. With 31 countries represented, AUTOBEST is the largest independent motoring Jury in Europe. No less than 95% of the European populatio…

The company making London's black cabs has bought a flying car startup

The company which makes London’s iconic black cabs is getting into the flying car business. China’s Geely, which also owns Volvo, has snapped up one of the handful of startups working on the technology, Boston-based Terrafugia. Spawned from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 2006, …

Geely Finally Buys Terrafugia

Geely has finally bought Terrafugia, the famous flying car we've been hearing so much about for years. So, what does this mean for the future of flying cars and other vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) vehicles
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