The Star Wars movies are part of the American culture that binds generations. Of course, not everyone is a fan of the science fiction universe, but the movies still hold a special place in the hearts of many. While the stories carry the Star Wars universe for decades, there are certain elements from the movies that stand out as particularly striking. One such example is the Landspeeder, a type of floating car on the ground owned by Luke Skywalker and featured at various points in the series.
The Star Wars universe is home to several versions of the Landspeeder, including Skywalker’s X-34 model, the XP-38 sports model, and the inexpensive V-35 Courier (via Star Wars† It’s easy to see the appeal of these flying cars: they’re easy to get in and out of, there’s enough room for two people and at least one Android, and they can travel anywhere there’s open space, regardless of whether there’s a paved road is available . Sadly, it’s unlikely we’ll ever see a personal-use vehicle like this become a reality, but it’s nice to dream about.