The future of flying cars has never looked so real. Silicon Valley startup Kitty Hawk, backed by Alphabet CEO and Google co-founder Larry Page, has finally launched today – and it promises its electric flying cars will be available to the masses by the end of the year. The company will be led by former X chief and Google self-driving car originator Sebastian Thrun, who earlier today took to Twitter to unveil Kitty Hawk for the first time. The tweet in question teased a prototype of the company’s upcoming Flyer electric aircraft, along with a link to Kitty Hawk’s website and…

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