So, I know that there are vehicles that use gas turbines as their engines, but they are connected to the wheels. What I'm asking is that if a turbine with reasonable size (small enough to fit in a car without taking its majority of space) could propel a normal car (something like a Ferrari) with only the air jet coming out of it.
The only type of car I could find that uses such a system are vehicles that are used to break speed records, and they can't make curves nor travel over irregular terrain.
I know that if it was that simple, there would be a lot more jet powered vehicles. But I can't stop but wonder which benefits such vehicle could have.
I could only think about the M35 Mako from Mass Effect, which uses its jet air propulsion to climb mountains.