The future of transport is hidden in alternatives, and must take into account efficiency, weight reduction, ability to integrate new technologies, reduction of carbon footprint and the shift to sustainability. One of the alternatives is the flying car. Our idea lies in the transformation and use of both car and aircraft modes, the so-called dual-mode transportation vehicle. The flying car segment does not require additional costs for new infrastructure development. From a user point of view, the flying car needs to be understood in the context of technological development, which will integrate more and more into the use of airspace, increasing security through the use of autonomous systems. The past but also the future has always been connected with the feeling of freedom, which is an important element of the human psyche. Paradoxically, the cars that once brought people freedom are losing us freedom today – current trends in the automotive industry to increase engine power are restricted by existing speed limits (130 km/h limit), so the trend to increase speed appears to be illogical. On the contrary, in the aviation sector, performance can be transformed into speed with virtually no limitations. A fundamental dimension in individual transport can bring new technologies, especially in the field of integration of autonomous systems, artificial intelligence and global planning. It sounds like science-fiction but it’s coming in the near future.