Audi and Airbus have revealed a part-flying car, part-helicopter concept at the Geneva Motor Show.

In collaboration with design firm Italdesign, the concept, called Pop.Up.Next, comprises of a two-seater hybrid configuration, self-driving “city car” capsule with drone sporting quadrocopter wings with vertical takeover and landing. Its minimalist cab design features a 49-inch touchscreen stretching across the entire width of the cabin with facial recognition, eye tracking, and speech capabilities.

“Creativity is needed where new mobility concepts for cities and people’s diverse needs are concerned,” said Dr. Bernd Martens, Audi board member and president of Italdesign in a statement. “Italdesign is an incubator for innovation technologies and radical prototyping. Pop.Up Next is an ambitious vision that could permanently change our urban life in the future.”

On the usage side, Pop.Up.Next uses a smartphone app for users to “hail” a ride, where the pod wisks you away on its own. In highly congested areas, the drone quadrocopter would arrive, connecting to your pod’s roof and lift you up.

No word on the hardware used or other specifications related to range, flying altitudes, battery settings, or dashboard specifics, with unlikely plans for it to ever go into production. Audi is leveraging its battery and autonomous expertise, with Airbus contributing the drone setup and Italdesign for the vehicle’s look.

Other automakers and aerial firms have also chipped in early stage prototypes, such as Airbus’ own Vahana electric flying car using the same vertical take-off and landing technology, also designed to solve transportation in high congestion cities. A second, the Uber “Elevate” project, already has an agreement in place with NASA to design an air traffic control system for its autonomous aerial taxi concept, with plans to start testing by 2020.