Playmobil unveils two new Back to the Future sets

Published on: 11th May 2021

A Hoverboard Chase set and Marty’s Pick-Up Truck have joined master toy partner Playmobil’s exclusive Back to the Future collection.

The first Playmobil DeLorean Time Machine was launched in 2020, when the iconic time-travelling car from Back to the Future in a miniature format generated a great deal of hype. Now, the success story is set to continue with two new, exclusive sets.

Playmobil has introduced the Back to the Future Part II Chase with Hoverboard, enabling fans to recreate the one of the most memorable chases in film history. The Hoverboard Chase comes with the protagonists in ‘futuristic’ outfits from 2015 plus the Mr. Fusion Reactor, and can be used to expand the DeLorean Time Machine set. Detailed accessories such as the Jaws 19 film poster are sure to conjure up a nostalgic smile on fans’ faces, and a collectible postcard with a lenticular effect is also included.

Marty’s Pick-Up Truck is also set to bring back memories, as fans recreate the end of the first film in the legendary trilogy, which sees Marty McFly settting off on a weekend trip with his girlfriend Jennifer, in his brand-new pick-up truck, newly waxed and polished by Biff Tannen, before Doc Brown takes Marty and Jennifer with him into the future. This set also includes an exclusive collectible postcard.

For more information on these latest additions, please visit the Playmobil website here:

The Back to the Future Marty’s Pick-up Truck can also be seen in action below:




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