I enjoy fan fiction. It allows the viewer to craft their own version of a story that has long since concluded. Here we have a look at a re-imagining of what could have been if Doc Brown sold some of his plutonium at higher market prices and bought himself something a bit faster than the original Delorean. Yes, please.
Let's inspect this imaginative masterpiece:
At the front, we have a Flux Control Unit, which could mean that Doc Brown has created a more powerful version of the Flux Capacitor that needs additional ram-air cooling Also, we have a huge front splitter that looks like it has external misting system, which could aid in the jump between years. The headlights are labeled as "Main lights", meaning that there is an auxiliary lighting system on board, evidenced by the light emanating from the front trunk area.
At the back, we have a "What the Flux?" joke inscribed on the gadgetry, with a rather large vent coming from the very rear at quite an extreme angle. I wonder if this is due to the fact that the Mclaren's drag coefficient is so low and it can reach such incredible speeds in short order that the time travel vent is used as active aero. The air intake at the top of the roof has divisions in it, perhaps to funnel the air more effectively and to decrease turbulence in the intake stream.
At the sides, we have airless tires, a staple in any car worth its salt in the future, and a series of actuators, valves, and tubes at the door, perhaps serving as a Chapparal-like system to keep the car grounded at all times. We also have illuminated center hubs, which could mean that it has an electric all-wheel-drive system on board that's powered by plutonium-hybrid drive.
This amazing photoshop work was made possible by Khyzyl Saleem, a supremely talented artist in the UK that specializes in amazing mash-ups. You can download the wallpaper of his work here, or check out the rest of his work here, there is plenty more of it. Also like him on Facebook because holy hell, his stuff is awesome.
Tavarish is the founder of APiDA Online and writes about buying and selling cool cars on the internet. He owns the world's cheapest Mercedes S-Class, a graffiti-bombed Lexus, and he's the only Jalopnik author that has never driven a Miata. He also has a real name that he didn't feel was journalist-y enough so he used a pen name and this was the best he could do.