Weeks after teasing the masses with a preview of what life may be like if we were in Back To The Future Pat II, Japanese car manufacturer Lexus debuted a full preview of its much hyped hoverboard technology.

Following the philosophy of Chief Engineer Haruhiko Tanahashi, who says, "There is no such thing as impossible, it's just a matter of figuring out how," the promotional video follows a handful of test riders taking out the very new (and probably very expensive) tech at Lexus' designated hoverpark. And while that means it can't just go anywhere right now, for all intents and purposes - Holy Hell - the thing actually works. The handful of riders are shown getting used to the feel of the tech, slipping off frequently, but managing to make it effective - even gliding on top of water without any noticeable issues.

The technology, which was worked on over the past 18 months by FW Dresden and evico GmbH, works by immersing two reservoir bases in liquid nitrogen, acting as a frozen barrier for the magnetic field - thus, lifting the device.

"The magnetic field from the track is effectively 'frozen' into the superconductors in the board, maintaining the distance between the board and the track—essentially keeping the board hovering," evico CEO Dr. Oliver de Haas says. "This force is strong enough to allow the rider to stand and even jump on the board."

While the technology will likely not be available to the masses for years, it's still fairly remarkable that we're able to witness this in real time. Watch the full preview below and head over to Lexus to see more on the Hoverboard.