Yee! Flyin High Again!

That’s what you’ll be yelling when you actually ARE flying high again in your own brand new “Yee” vehicle from designers Zhu Wenxi, Lai Zexin, and Pan Jiazhi. It can fly. Oh my goodness it can fly. Small and versatile, this YEE was made for white-collared men and ladies around the world who have the need to be relaxed at the same time as having excellent reliability and speed. You’ll certainly be speeding in this. It’s the future! Finally!

Flying cars. Here they are. These aren’t you everyday flying SUV car though, these are YEE. Made for the smaller amount of folks to be sitting inside. The most fabulous thing about this vehicle is its ability to transform into a flying machine, and it does that just so easily. Front two wheels go sideways, back two wheels turn outside. And bam! You’re zoomin!

Then there’s a propeller in the back wheels for max usage of room. In the air of course these propellers make you fly. On the ground they work as wheels and serve to make your ride look at cool as possible.

More of a hot motorcyclesque sort of roller than a car, this madness, this YEE will have you screaming. Screaming with pleasure and hot speed!

Designers: Zhu Wenxi, Lai Zexin, and Pan Jiazhi

YEE transforming vehicle by Zhu Wenxi, Lai Zexin, and Pan Jiazhi

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15 Comments

  • Orkun Kule says:

    Is it volvo?

  • Wolkenstein says:

    cooool…nice idea. With the right wingshape, weight and a well choosen engine maybe practicable…but im no expert in arircrafts.

  • mif991 says:

    I am not an engineer, but just seeing the tires act as a propeler for this flying machine, makes me… incredulous. Chris Burns is selling this like its the first time something like this has been attempted, funny. I must say, nice presentation though.

  • I don’t see how this could achieve liftoff. The two elements necessary for flight are needed in non-flight position to support its weight on the ground.

    So presumably you have to drive it off the top level of a parking garage and hope the wings and propellers deploy quickly enough to achieve flight before you hit the ground.

    • Wolkenstein says:

      Oh, nice recognized. I didn’t notice it. This makes the whole concept to crash…Maybe, if you slowly open the wings and there ould be bigger wheels on the edges of them, the ascending force grows, until the nose lifts up, then you accelerate more and when the wheels lift of you open the propellers instandly? No, the wings are to small. I don’t know, any engineer, who can explain the designers idea of taking of with the YEE?

    • Kay Warner says:

      HAHAHAHAHAHAHA – HEHEHEHEHEHEHE !!!!!

      Brent – top observation!

      wait a sec – did that idea crash and burn?! lol

  • roller_derby says:

    was the second last picture taken right after little Tiomothy’s dad pushed him down the hill in his first “soap box” derby race? Go Timmy go!

    Timmy will only fly in this vehicle years later after he takes LSD, attempting to emulate an earlier generation. Oh well, that’s life i guess.

  • This I like, Pls produce in 2,4, 6 place models plus miniVan mode.
    Radical
    Id love one to fly

  • It is a reversed Adidas:)

  • It is a reversed Adidas:)

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  • If u put a retractable wheel at the front then it can balance enough to deploy the wings, if it builds enough lift to take off; by doing so it looses the push of the back wheels, with no trust system pushing the craft it will begin to loose momentum as it 'glides'. it would be a high risk to depend on the wheels at the back to turn side ways while speeding up the propellers to get back that momentum to sustain flight. if there are complications in this tedious process such as: it didn't acquire enough momentum; the craft would have no way to quickly land since the landing device is now position sideways or some odd angle, lol…another set of retractable wheels at the back perhaps? no Wait! u cant use a belt/chain system to rotate a propeller!!!

  • If u put a retractable wheel at the front then it can balance enough to deploy the wings, if it builds enough lift to take off; by doing so it looses the push of the back wheels, with no trust system pushing the craft it will begin to loose momentum as it 'glides'. it would be a high risk to depend on the wheels at the back to turn side ways while speeding up the propellers to get back that momentum to sustain flight. if there are complications in this tedious process such as: it didn't acquire enough momentum; the craft would have no way to quickly land since the landing device is now position sideways or some odd angle, lol…another set of retractable wheels at the back perhaps? no Wait! u cant use a belt/chain system to rotate a propeller!!!

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