‘ BACK TO THE FUTURE ‘ What it is all about and what is the relation this movie to our KERETA.INFO…Actually here, I want to share with you about the car used in this movie. This is a real car made in production in real world. Manufactured by DeLorean Motor Company and the production roll of around 1982.
The DeLorean DMC-12 is a sports car that was originally manufactured in Northern Ireland by the DeLorean Motor Company for the American market in 1981-1982. It is most commonly known simply as the DeLorean, as it was the only model ever produced by the company. The DMC-12 featured gull-wing doors with a fiberglass “underbody”, to which non-structural brushed stainless steel panels were affixed. A modified version of the car became iconic for its appearance as a time machine in the Back to the Future film franchise.
It comes with Stainless steel body panels. Gullwing doors. Leather interior. Rear engine, all aluminum V-6. Timeless design.
Also, little did I know, that besides the actual cars used in the movie, there are still so many DeLoreans driving around.
Everyone remembers the car from the Back to the Future trilogy. Aside from being a time machine, the car was cool because the engine was in the back and the doors opened up.
BUT WHAT IS THE HOT STORY ABOUT THIS DELOREAN???YES..IT WILL COME BACK!!!
This some article for you taken from DMC website.
He may be gone–suave auto world genius John DeLorean died in 2005–but his namesake is back.
My favorite car ever, the silver stainless steel DeLorean with its gull-winged doors, is making a comeback. You remember it as the time-transporting car from the hit movie, “Back to the Future.” DeLorean Motor Company went out of business 25 years, but it has been reborn.
A new DeLorean will set you back $57,500 (today’s real dollar equal to the original $25,000 price tag) and will retain the original John DeLorean design. And they will be American made–hand-assembled in Humble, Texas at one or two DeLoreans per month, and mostly made from original DeLorean parts from the ’80s. That will begin in the third quarter of next year. There will be five U.S. dealerships and one in Europe. SO, WOULD YOU OWN ONE IN MALAYSIA ???