A video from Lexus shows that the hoverboard is indeed for real.
The video shows the progression of the hoverboard’s rider, evolving from just standing on it to jumping it over a car.
The most interesting step of this progression has to be the board gliding over water, something Marty McFly couldn’t possibly fathom.
However, in terms of its use, one can question how real the hoverboard actually is. You can see the story behind the hoverboard and the making of its track in this video.
As you can see in that video, some very complicated tricks with magnets make the hoverboard possible with its track.
The project took just over a year and the work appears to have paid off.
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