The Halo Interceptor concept was unveiled

Posted on Friday, 5 November 2010 , 06:11:02 byEmil

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The Halo Interceptor concept was unveiled

British concept-maker Philip Pauley has now succeeded to bring back the futuristic trend of the 1970s, that of building flying cars which could be turned into planes, boats and even helicopters.
The Halo Interceptor is the proof of the comeback, featuring interchangeable connecting housings which allow different configurations to take place.
This outlandish creation has enjoyed a lot of popularity being shown also on CNN, most likely due to its futuristic aspect with black panel lines, a front with a very pointed shape in order to reduce the air resistance and a very impressive blunt nose which renders an aspect similar to the Space Shuttle.
Furthermore we can notice a similarity with the Bugatti Veyron concerning the four stop lights and engine cover, while the wheels are none to speak of.
Pauley’s vision of a flying car goes beyond any reachable ordinary borders with the thick, swept black delta wings and a single vertical stabilizer, while the boat version appears to have a split hull at the front and a wood texture on the deck.
The press release that came along with the 3D concept spoke about Pauley’s qualities and appreciation for his instinctive genius as well as his advanced conceptual designs.