The journey to work would be a little different if your car could unfurl a pair of wings and glide over all the stationary traffic.
Over there is a research and development company called Klein Vision, run by a chap called Professor Stefan Klein.
For the last 30 years, he’s been working to develop a flying car.
Now on his fifth generation of the product – fittingly called ‘AirCar’ – we have some genuinely impressive footage from a couple of test flights.
The video, shown above, follows the AirCar as it barrels down the road before transforming into a plane and taking to the skies. The company says it’ll complete the transformation in just three minutes.
The two-seat model weights 1,100kg and can carry additional load of 200kg per flight.
It’s powered by a BMW 1.6l engine giving the car-plane an effective power output of 140HP.
Klein Vision says the estimated travel range of the AirCar is 1,000km with a flight consumption of 18 l/h.