Their first model, the Transition®, is basically a tiny airplane that can fold its wings up and drive on the road with regular cars. We're still a long way from George Jetson's more sporty model. And of course, since it's an airplane, you would need a pilot's license to fly it. It's advertised range is about 400 miles, which might make it attractive to a small set of folks— people who want to commute a couple hundred miles to work and who happen to be licensed pilots and who have somewhere to park the thing while they're at work. And people who can afford $2000,000 toys.
Since I consider that the smaller the plane the less I want to fly in it, I will not be reserving one, even if I hit the lottery tomorrow.