Think about it.
"Will someone take over?"
What is there to take over?
I'm talking Moller International now, not Freedom Motors, but I will get to that.
Contrary to the beliefs the fanboys hold, you have to ask yourself, what does Moller International have that someone would want to take over and continue?
Here is what is needed to make his flying car a reality:
An Air frame. Again, contrary to popular belief, much of what we can see on photos and what was available to see at shareholder meetings at Moller's old facility wasn't air frames meant to fly. They are fiberglass mock-ups of Moller's vision. They are pretty and they were created to leave potential investors in awe so that they are easily departed from their money. Just go to any aviation expo. All manufacturers do that. Any flyable air frame Moller may have is likely to be decades old. Getting it actually airworthy may cost more than just building a new one. Besides, the technology may also be old and newer, safer, lighter, stronger and cheaper materials are out there.
Engines. Ahhh. The engines. In Paul Moller's own words, the engine, and in particular HIS Wankel rotary engine holds the key to his Skycar. Unfortunately Moller has, through all these years, never been able to demonstrate his engines to back up all his claims about it. The last time the Skycar hovered on a teather, unmanned, it was stripped down to the bare minimum so that the engines could lift the air frame. Those engines would never have allowed the Skycar to fly with one, let alone multiple passengers. Moller makes a lot of claims about his engines and all the applications it can be used for, but don't you think he would have sold some by now if it worked? He can't even build, produce and sell a lawnmower engine, let alone one that can power a VTOL aircraft.
A Flight Control System. The flight control system needed to operate a VTOL aircraft is available off the shelf these days. Besides, from previous blog posts and newsletter surrounding Moller International's computer systems it is evident that these things weren't Moller's strong suite.
So, my point is Moller has nothing that can be 'taken over' once he passes. Everything they have doesn't work and is very old. It is like buying a company that's still trying to make beepers in the world of smartphones.
As for Freedom Motors, doesn't anybody see the way they are going about their business is exactly the same as Moller's been doing for all these decades? "We have had a string of successful meetings in India, I 90 days we should..." and the...nothing. All talk and no action.
How fanboys can still believe that "Paul Moller won't let us down" when this is ALL he's been doing for half a century is let his shareholders down is beyond me. How fanboys can say every time "but this time is different" every time when the last time they said it, it turned out not to be different at all also goes beyond me.
I ask again, when he passes, what exactly is there to take over?