From Blade Runner to Back to the Future II, science fiction films help us imagine incredible futuristic cities with new technologies. One of the most iconic examples of these innovations is the flying car. Whether it’s a futuristic hovercraft or an updated Delorean, films and television shows have been predicting that hoverboards and floating cars should be a reality by now.
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Almost anyone could identify a DeLorean, whether they're a big car person or not. The iconic sports car became ingrained in pop culture when Doc Brown and Marty McFly used a DeLorean DMC 12 to travel back in time in the 1985 film Back to the Future. The car was originally designed by Georgetto Giugiaro and manufactured for release in the U.S. from 1981 to 1983.
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When people think of 1960s Volkswagen Beetles, they typically think of whimsical little cars with vintage charm—perhaps in an array of pastel colors. Well, designer and auto-enthusiast Danni Kordal has given one particular beetle an eye-catching transformation reminiscent of the cars from James Bond and Batman movies. The 1961 model was painted a sumptuous matte black and had its roof removed to transform it into a breezy convertible.