Jul 14, 2020

The future of driving: DeLorean hovercraft lets you cruise on both land and water

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A second fan on the rear then pushes air behind the craft, driving it forward. Rudders behind this thrust fan turn the craft. It may be a hovercraft at its core, but like regular cars on the street, it has got headlights, navigation lamps, cockpit lights, as well as a flux capacitor — that’s the coloured lights around the perimeter. The hovercraft took a total of four-and-a-half years to build.

So, piloting the hovercraft feels like driving a car that’s constantly sliding around on ice. You got your foot pedal and steering wheel and it feels like you’re in a car, but you are just sliding around every way with no friction.

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