H. R. Giger, your car is here.
The ETV features slithery bodywork wrapped around a custom frame that covers the wheel openings for full hovercraft effect.
Of course it has scissors doors that open remotely, because any otherworldly car worth its head-turnability does. Although the builder describes visibility as "panoramic," cameras mounted front and rear offer some augmented reality. The one in the nose is mainly there to keep you from curbing the low-slung bodywork, and a hydraulic lift kit is fitted to help get you over the largest obstacles on Earth's inferior roads.
Things are a lot more conventional in the cabin, including the five-speed manual shifter, but trimmed in grey leather and suede for a retro-futuristic feel.
It even has room for four passengers, as long as Elliot's friends in the back don't extend their necks too far.
The price is $100,000, which can buy you something that really flies, but the ETV is fully street-legal and registered in Florida. If you want something that's faster, or even more exotic, they can build you one based on a Porsche Boxster, as well.
Or you can go totally futuristic and add warp drive nacelles, which aren't functional, but go perfectly with the electric motor that powers this model.
A terrestrial ride for extra terrestrials.