We have smartwatches. We have giant flatscreen TVs. We sort of have hoverboards (though they're nothing like the movie depicts). Our Nike Air MAGs are supposedly on the way before the year is out.

Now we can add one more item to the Back to the Future, Part II list of futuristic products that have come true. Remember the scene where Michael J. Fox's Marty McFly walks into the Cafe 80s and tries to order a Pepsi? A pneumatic tube deposits a strange-looking bottle onto the surface in front of him, and try as he might, poor Marty could never figure out how to get the thing open. (Later scenes showed that the lid had a flip-open piece that doubled as a straw.)

The future-friendly product was called "Pepsi Perfect," and in honor of Back to the Future's 30th anniversary, Pepsi has decided to make Pepsi Perfect real. Coming to a store near you on October 21, 2015 — that's the exact "future" date that Marty, Doc Brown, and Jennifer visited in Part II — these special Pepsi Perfect bottles won't hold a new drink, but will contain "Pepsi Made with Real Sugar."

Only 6,500 bottles are being made; needless to say, this is a very limited edition, collectible product, and will be available first-come, first-serve. You can expect to pay a "collectible" kind of price for one, too: they'll retail for about $20.

In the meantime, there's one other way you can get your hands on a Pepsi Perfect. Attendees of this weekend's New York Comic Con can score a bottle of their own by cosplaying as Marty McFly. Only the first 200 fans each day will win a Pepsi Perfect.

As for that bottle, don't bother hoping for a flip-top lid with a built-in straw. Pepsi opted to make a lid that Marty would have found much easier to open. You can see it for yourself in this kitschy commercial that Pepsi put together.

Now isn't about time somebody did something about those flying cars?

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