During last year's Geneva Auto Show, Volkswagen's Italdesign partnered with airplane manufacturer Airbus to show the Pop.Up
flying car. That concept included a car—or automotive pod—that could be picked up by an autonomous air drone and taken to its destination, similar to how militaries around the world use the Boeing CH-47 Chinook helicopter to transport large cargo. At this year's Geneva Show, Oregon-based Samson Motors will reveal its 200-mph Switchblade
. The two-seater, three-wheeled concept will use a 190 horsepower, 1.6 liter V4 engine that drives a rear propeller, good for 450 miles of range at 13,000 feet. The Porsche concept will likely include everything that's needed to fly as part of the car, but look better than the Switchblade.