Just in time for 21 October, 2015.
Fans of “Back to the Future II” have been waiting for this day for a very long time. Lexus is claiming it has created a real-life working hoverboard. But don’t get too excited as the project is a one-off and won’t be up for sale. Sporting the carmaker’s signature spindle grille and using liquid nitrogen cooled superconductors and permanent magnets, the Lexus Hoverboard achieves frictionless movement and magnetic levitation and is made of materials found in its cars, including natural bamboo.
Enjoy the teaser and look forward to a full reveal this summer.