If your deepest desire ever was to own a brand-new DeLorean, your chance just arrived. In January, DeLorean Motor Company said that it would start making brand new DeLoreans again. This week, it started accepting applications for the new DeLoreans, but with just one tiny catch: the cars don’t exist yet.
This little girl’s parents didn’t tell their daughter they’d bought a DeLorean, or maybe even what a DeLorean was, but she’s pretty stoked to see one for the first time. And when she finds out her family’s adopted it, oh man– the joy is real.
Given that 88 mph is 141 KMH, it’s really no surprise that Doc Brown and the legendary time-traveling DeLorean were “pulled over” by Japanese traffic police in a Skyline GT-R in a traffic safety demonstration put on by the Yokohama Toyota dealer network.
Would you like a carbon fiber snow plow with that? Would you like to lose your legs because of an Austrian molly dealer?
This morning I gained intimate, carnal knowledge of a rare and majestic beast. Its name... DELOREAN. Here's the raw, uncensored up-close documentation of my experience.
In 1985, when I was 4, my father brought home my first-ever car magazine. It was an issue of Car and Driver, and I must have "read" it cover-to-cover at least 100 times in the first week I had it. But I always spent more time on one page than any other: it was the page that had a full spread featuring a shiny,…
Tuner cars are typically very polarizing. Take anything from Mansory, Gemballa, or others, and the reactions will either be pure disgust or unabashed adoration.
We asked our readers to design a wrap for the DeLorean Motor Company's new supercharged Stage III car in Forza 4 and more than 75 of you answered the call with a stunning array of wraps that range from brilliantly colorful to deeply disturbing.
For several years, DeLorean Motor Company of Texas has been reconstituting the fruit of John Z.'s troubled loins (phrasing!). Now it's working with electric-car startup Epic EV to put an all-electric DMC-12 into production by 2013. You know what that means: Onboard power for the Mr. Fusion.
Robert Bleier, the suburban dad who painted DeLoreans to ease his fight with cancer, passed away this week at the age of 44 according to the DeLorean Motor Company. He leaves behind a wife, two children, and a huge following of fellow DeLorean enthusiasts.
One Indian man has turned a Suzuki Maruti 800 into a flying vehicle that he claims can vertically lift itself and soar over traffic. The only issue? Its flying ability has not yet been tested.
If you enjoyed the art of Robert Bleier, the cancer-surviving DeLorean painter, and are in the Houston area, you can see it on display tomorrow at a show benefiting cancer research. Details below.
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?
Many car clubs converge at the Woodward Dream Cruise, but none are quite as impressive rolling down the strip as the DeLorean DMC-12 owners. Not only do they blind onlookers with their glaring stainless-steel body panels, but they also show off their totally rad gullwing doors by driving in formation up and down…