'Black Panther' Lexus TV Spot Released

The trailers for Marvel Studios' latest film have showcased some epic stunts and action sequences, [...]

The trailers for Marvel Studios' latest film have showcased some epic stunts and action sequences, including a few stellar scenes featuring the King of Wakanda leaping between vehicles on a busy street.

The latest TV Spot for Black Panther showcases one of the vehicles; Shuri's 2018 Lexus LC 500, which appears to have gotten some major Vibranium upgrades. We can only assume that this is not the stock model. Check out the clip above!

The vehicle almost appears to be translucent at certain times, pulsating with a purple glow that seems to run like a current throughout its frame. But much like how Black Panther's (Chadwick Boseman) costume appears to envelop him before taking a solid texture, so does the vehicle's body take on a regular state.

Shuri (Letitia Wright) hops in the driver's seat while Panther leaps into action, and whens he catches up to him he leaps on top of the frame.

It appears to be the same chase scene where Panther goes after Klaw (Andy Serkis), teasing that the whole pursuit will be a family affair. There's even a quick shot where T'Challa leans off the side of the car, using his weight to tip it in a hard turn.

Black Panther is shaping up to be yet another success story in Marvel Studios' impressive portfolio. Many showings for the date of its premiere were sold out as soon as advanced tickets were made available, outpacing the impressive numbers from Captain America: Civil War. Even co-star Lupita Nyong'o wasn't able to get her hands on any passes for the opening night.

Don't worry about her, though, as the cast has already had the chance to see the movie according to Forrest Whitaker. And their response was pretty enthusiastic.

"First time we saw it just as a cast… after it, everybody leaped up to their feet, literally. Some of them were in tears, we were so excited about what was actually occurring. I think that people have that same excitement around the movie. I'm expecting something great for the cast, something great for the world, something great for Ryan."

Black Panther premieres in theaters on February 16th.