John DeLorean's Daughter Is Really, Really Pissed At The Goldbergs

While the DeLorean Motor Company made one of the most beautiful cars of all time, with its DMC-12, the company itself was a bit more troubled. And for mentioning those troubles on air, ABC's new sitcom The Goldbergs has incurred the wrath of founder John DeLorean's daughter, Kathryn. » 11/23/13 3:37pm 11/23/13 3:37pm

The Proposed DeLorean Sedan Is As Coke-Tastically '80s As You'd Imagine

John DeLorean had many great ideas for keeping his (soon to become troubled) company even before the first gullwinged DMC-12 sports car left the factory in 1981. One was a bus, the other a utility vehicle, but the most exciting of them all of course was the DMC-24 sedan, which resulted in a rolling prototype created by … » 4/11/13 1:19pm 4/11/13 1:19pm

DeLorean Fleet Locks S-Foils Into Attack Position On Woodward Avenue

Byron Cancelmo of the DeLorean » 8/16/08 12:40pm 8/16/08 12:40pm Motor City car club showed off the first arrivals of about 12 expected Belfast-born sports cars on Woodward Avenue today. The club sometimes has as many as 20 cars show despite the fact they've grown primarily from word of mouth with no real organization. Additionally, James Espey from…

The De Lorean Car That Never Was: 1964 Pontiac Banshee For Sale


Back when John Z. De Lorean was coming up with cars like the GTO for the Pontiac Division, he also had this crazy idea for a "Mustang killer" that would be cheaper and lighter than a Corvette. Unfortunately, the Banshee was also faster than the Corvette, so the General's overlords- still pissed about the way John Z.… » 3/27/08 3:00pm 3/27/08 3:00pm

Travel Back to the Future With John De Lorean's Calendars

John "Coach" Z. De Lorean was nothing if not a flamboyant man in an age where the gray-flannel-clad company man was still the Detroit archetype. Excuse us, that's still the Detroit archetype. But the man who brought peace and prosperity to Northern Ireland with his DMC-12 project; a vision of an alternative Ulster so… » 9/28/06 8:00am 9/28/06 8:00am