And it's for sale on eBay for $45,000.
Is it a Supra or a DeLorean? Or something different entirely?
Low-volume carmakers like DeLorean can't build any cars until the EPA and NHTSA finish some long-overdue rulemaking.
It's not the first time the famous movie car has had a video game doppelganger.
The skies are getting crowded with flying-car hopefuls.
Verizon sees its role as essential in a self-driving future.
We look back at Irish cars and the impact of the Irish auto industry in honor of St. Patrick's Day on March 17.
A new DeLorean will cost you around $100,000.
It's not technically a pre-order as DMC hasn't set a price.
An English DeLorean enthusiast was clocked doing 89 mph by police earlier this month and went to court to fight the charges.
What did you expect was going to happen?
Car commercials aren't like they used to be. For DeLorean, that's doubly true. There hasn't been one for 34 years. That changes today.
Congress passed a law allowing companies to produce a limited number of replica cars that are at least 25 years old. This means the DeLorean Motor Company in Texas can start producing new replicas of the DMC-12, the car made famous in “Back to the Future”. The new cars will feature a modern engine to meet emissions standards and should go for around $100,000.
The DeLorean is making a comeback thanks to a piece of legislation known as the Low Volume Motor Vehicle Manufacturers Act.
Car Club USA travels to Los Angeles, CA to meet with proud DeLorean DMC-12 owners and decode a love affair with a car company that failed over 30 years ago.
MARTY (Multiple Actuator Research Test bed for Yaw control) is a self-driving DeLorean created by Stanford's Revs Center as an homage to the Back to the Future film series.
This DeLorean might not be able to travel back in time, but it can make a sonorous sound, while shooting flames out of the exhaust.