To achieve these objectives the FliteWing featured flip-up door windows, in place of conventional roll-down glass. When the door was opened, a window-roof canopy automatically cantilevered upward, and vice versa. The electric motors to operate the complicated mechanisms were located in the boot and connected to the doors and side glass by cables. Inside, the speedometer was made up of 13 individual “elliptical windows showing 10mph increments, replacing the conventional dials,” so said the PR blurb. The FliteWing is sometimes confused with Chrysler’s 1961 TurboFlite dream car, which is featured in an upcoming edition of Retroautos. The fate of the FliteWing is unknown. 45