The beloved DeLorean refuses to stay in the '80s. After showing off its new electric grills and monster truck wheels, the DeLorean is back in its latest incarnation: a water-conquering hovercraft.
If ever Marty McFly and Doc Brown were to reunite for a sequel to Back to the Future III, the old time traveling DeLorean would need an upgrade of some sort to justify the ticket. How about adding 44-inch tires to a DeLorean and converting it into a monster truck? That'll do!
Quadrotors are so hot right now. It seems a day doesn't pass when we don't hear about them doing something cool like playing the theme to James Bond or flying in formation. That's all fine for a regular quadrotor, but none of those are Back to the Future DeLorean quadrotors.
Look who we spotted from the future! It doesn't have a flux capacitor and Doc Brown wasn't sitting in the driver's seat, but DMC's electric DeLorean is still looking as futuristic as it did in the '80s.
Our Flux Capacitors are on at full blast, because the DeLorean Motor Company's remake of the famous Back to the Future DeLorean is returning as an all-electric car in 2013. Here's a closer look at the sassy car kitted with new guts.
A Hollywood memorabilia shop is set to auction off one of the original DeLoreans used when filming Back to the Future Part III. Want it? That'll be a cool $600,000.
Doc Brown's time traveling DeLorean will be gracing roads again in 2013. The DeLorean Motor Company is partnering with Epic EV to build an all-electric car that'll be updated with necessities like an iPhone dock. Can't cruise down the freeway in a DeLorean without blasting the Back to the Future theme, now can ya?
If your computer locks up and you want to reset it to an earlier backup, you're going to need a time machine, and what better time machine is there than Doc's DeLorean from Back To The Future?
Behold, the chariot of the McFly clan. If Doc Brown had to design a time travelin' auto that could (comfortably?) seat six instead of two, we'd probably end up with the Honda Skydeck up above. While the Skydeck trades sleek...
Since 1989, übergeeks enthusiasts who follow the franchise have been wanting Nike to come out with a pair of futuristic sneakers just like the ones Michael J. Fox wears in Back to the Future II. Last year, their footwear dreams...