A year ago, Hendo launched a Kickstarter to fund the world’s first hoverboard. Tony Hawk even got to test it. Now the company has tapped Hawk to help them design and conceptualise the Hendo 2.0, a new and improved hoverboard model. It’s expected to be revealed next week.
The update will offer a smoother design and better controls. Hendo 2.0 uses visual cues to make it operate as much like a skateboard as possible, so users can ride more steadily and efficiently. The new hoverboard also has greater traction, making a ride feel much less like balancing on a giant air hockey puck.
Other improvements include a revamped power system, USB connectivity, longer battery life, simplified engine controls and a wireless safety switch to control power remotely.
The ball is in your court, Lexus.