It had powered rear wheels for highway use, and all four wheels could be retracted when the vehicle was in flight.
Wing design was unique. Each of the wings extended from a wing-root structure at the rear of the fuselage where a vertical stabilizer and rudder were mounted on each side.
Outboard from that assembly each wing consisted of two panels.
The first step in folding the wings was to unlock the panels and fold the outer one in on top of the inner panel. Next, the two were folded up beside the vertical stabilizer to create a kind of panel sandwich.
One of the removable canards could then be stowed inboard of each of the vertical stabilizers, or if preferred, they could be stowed behind the rear seats in the cabin.