"All the technology in the DyFly has come off of our fans and hoovers and that" explained glasses-wearing boffin, Anthony Plugcomputer, to the rival news website where we got this story. "It's basically just four of those nice fans with the hole in them, attached to a small chassis. Is that how you pronounce it? Chassis. Anyway, you just turn the fans up really high and off you go, like an eagle in a helicopter."
More Dyson technology is found within: the car is steered using one of those fancy Dyson taps with the Airblade bits at the side, and by incorporating the air filters from Dyson's new Pure Cool Link fans, the DyFly actually purifies the air it drives through.
Experts are already saying the DyFly will revolutionise everything. "Because it's got those fans with the holes in them, you could probably have a car park that was just four big sticks or something," explained YouTube commentor Cars_Are_C001, "and because it sucks all the tiny insects out of the air, you no longer have to worry about what's laying its eggs in your hair."http://bit.ly/1RvzWZa