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In a moment reminiscent of the movie “Back to the Future’ a Japanese electronics maker, turned out to be a “flying car” on Monday.

NEC Corp. is displayed large drone-like machine with four bolts, which are able to move steadily for about a minute.

According to the New york times, and the test to 10 feet high, and was kept in a huge cage, as a precaution, at an NEC facility in a suburb of Tokyo, japan.

The preparations included the repeated checks on the machine, and the reporters were instructed to wear a helmet.

The Japanese government is serious about pursuing the goal of producing a flying car and hope to have people zipping around on them, by the 2030s, according to the international monetary Fund.

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NEC Corp. ‘ s machine, with blades and floats at the company’s facility in Abiko, in the vicinity of Tokyo, Monday, Aug. 5, 2019.
(AP)

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Under the government-backed campaign is a big test of course is to have a flying car, which was built in the area in 2011 have been destroyed by the tsunami, earthquake and nuclear disaster in Fukushima, northeastern Japan.

A flying car by a Japanese start up Cartivator crash soon, in 2017, a demonstration. Cartivator Chief Executive: Tomohiro Fukuzawa, who was at Monday’s demonstration, said some of their machines were flying out the last time. NEC is one of the more than 80 sponsors, companies to Cartivator the flying car.

Even if the goal is to create a seamless transition from the ride to the flight, enormous obstacles still exist, such as the service life of the battery, and the need for regulations and safety standards.

With the growing pressure to build an autonomous flying vehicle also includes Uber, Airbus aircraft, Volocopter, and Boeing.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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