With all of the myth that surrounds the Delorean DMC-12—from its ability to travel through time to its founder's questionable fundraising techniques—-it seems a little odd to see it advertised like any other car.
The DeLorean's long been associated with technology and performance, despite being saddled with a French-Swedish powerplant that made those associations slightly laughable. This weekend I drove the Electric DeLorean. I'm not laughing anymore.
One of John DeLorean's mistakes in designing a unique, personal coupe, was making their stainless steel coats indistinguishable from one another. Well, today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe DMC-12 is different, but will its price have you seeing red?
Judging by the emails from people dying to know where to buy them, the DeLorean Nike Dunk 6.0 shoes are this season's hot car-inspired fashion accessory. They go on sale this Friday, but I'm wearing a pair right now, suckas.
Robert Bleier's a normal suburban dad with a gift and a challenge. His gift is for painting stunning landscapes starring the DeLorean. His challenge is a cancer fight entering its third round. For Bleier, the two are inextricably linked.
This DeLorean isn't fitted with an original PRV V6. Instead, it's packing a 500 cubic-inch Cadillac V8 behind the driver and a 2.0-liter Honda B20A in the nose. The seller's only including one engine with the sale, but which one?
The recently Forza'dDelorean DMC-12 is probably best-known for its brushed stainless steel body, but what would happen if you spent weeks carefully polishing it? A spectacular mirror finish to put those chrome-crazy oil sheiks to shame.
Created as a collaboration between DMC and LA streetwear shop, The Hundreds, this DeLorean DMC-12 was wrapped in two layers of black vinyl; first flat, then gloss, to create the sweet-ass stripe effect.