Pepsi Perfect, Back to the Future, ad


Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) promised us a lot of things for 2015. Marty, where are the flying cars, re-hydrating pizza and hover boards?!

Well, we're getting one futuristic thing. Time to rejoice because one of those famous Back to the Future Part II promises is coming true! Pepsi is officially launching Pepsi Perfect, which is essentially regular Pepsi in a fancy bottle that costs almost $21. Whatever, the future is here!

In the movie Marty arrives to the future on Oct 22, 2015 and he promptly orders a Pepsi, and to commemorate that historic date, Pepsi will actually be selling the product from the iconic 1989 film.

"Pepsi fans asked and we heard them loud and clear," said Lou Arbetter, Senior Director of Marketing, in a statement. "The Back to the Future trilogy was as big a moment in pop culture history then as it is now, 30 years later. We are excited to be part of this moment and to bring fans something only Pepsi could deliver – and there's no need to wait – the future is now!"

Pepsi Perfect, Back to the Future, ad


Pepsi Perfect will feature the sleek, modern(?) Back to the Future Part II bottle and the formula will be made with real sugar. PepsiCo even released a commercial for the product launch full of flying cars and friendly robots:

Pepsi says they will release only 6,500 bottles to purchase online for the price of $20.15, which means Pepsi Perfect will most definitely be a collector's item. The soda will even come in a special collectible case. There is a way to get a bottle of Pepsi Perfect early and for free. The first 200 people who come to Pepsi's New York Comic-Con booth dressed as Marty McFly will get their hands on these limited edition soft drinks. So if you'll be at NYCC, check out Pepsi's website for full details on how to get in on this before the general public.

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The future is now. Bring on the hover boards! Lookin' at you, Apple.

Back to the Future Part II was one of the best sequels ever, but we can't say the same for these terrible film follow-ups:

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