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Style Origins View All. Read more unknown and curious design origin stories here. The unpainted stainless steel body, the gull-wing doors, the rear-mounted engine. When John DeLorean set out to create his own sports car, he knew these features would set it apart from everything else. It would not be a smooth ride.

Back to the Future Again: A New DeLorean Could Be Coming Soon

DeLorean goes back to the future to reproduce DMC car

The DeLorean Motor Company has announced its intention to manufacture the iconic DMC sports car again, 30 years after the vehicle was immortalised in sci-fi movie trilogy Back to the Future. The news follows a recent change in US road legislation, making it easier for small manufacturers to produce and market roadworthy vehicles. The new DMC will retain its recognisable gull-wing doors and a stainless steel body, features first conceived by Giorgetto Giugiaro — one of Italy's most famous car designers — as well as contemporary additions such as a navigation system and heated seats. DeLorean's exceptional reputation as an executive, coupled with his plan to open a factory in Belfast, Northern Ireland, helped the American startup attract vast sums of money from the British government.

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Subscribe Today at Huge Savings! Great Scott! The DeLorean is getting a reboot. Now the retro ride is finally ready to make a comeback. Auto enthusiasts and dedicated cinephiles have waited for years for the promised vehicles to come to fruition.
Toyota really jumped on the Back to the Future bandwagon this year when the date that Marty McFly traveled to rolled around. Toyota saw it as an opportunity to promote its Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle, highlighting it as futuristic technology despite its lack of flying capability. It all seemed a little forced, but a lot of people probably never heard about it, given the din of all the other Back to the Future things going on.