DELOREAN DMC-12 Back To The Future

DELOREAN DMC-12  Back To The Future

The DeLorean DMC-12, which was used in Back To The Future movie, is the first and only model produced by the company. It is a vehicle made by Motor Company from 1981 to 1983 in the category of American classical cars, made of stainless steel and with gullible wing doors and ambitious entry into the film industry. The car, consisting of a steel frame and made of high quality materials, is adapted from the DeLorean timekeeping machine to the movie Back to the Future. Having the look of a classic sports car, the DMC-12 first prototype appeared in October 1976 and its production officially began in 1981 at Dummury. Throughout the production period, the car's body, wheels, interior design was completely renovated and 9,000 DMC-12 were made. According to research done in 2007 there are about 6,500 DeLorean vehicles in America.


The first prototype was DeLorean DMC-October 12, 1976. The prototype, which was completed by William T. Collins, former chief engineer in Pontiac, brought color to the American automotive industry. Peugeot - Renault and Volvo used V6 as the engine choice. Although the start of factory construction in October 1978 and the production of DMC-12 in 1979, engineering problems were delayed until 1981 for various reasons, such as budget overruns. When production began in 1981, local residents sourced from the high unemployment rate in Northern Ireland flocked to the job application and ran for the DMC-12, which made a big impact. Even though the workers were inexperienced in the big way, premium payments were made and the best equipments were introduced to them. Later, DeLorean Motor Company, John DeLorean, demanded an arrest for drug trafficking charges that year and went bankrupt in late 1982. Although he was later found guilty, there was a delay in the production of the DMC-12. Between 1981 and 1982, about 1600 DMC-12 were produced.

When we say classic car made of stainless steel and used in cars that admire seagull wing doors, one of the brands that comes to mind is DeLorean. Designed by renowned Italian automobile designer Giergotto Giugiaro, the car weighs close to 2 tonnes, and despite its minimal appearance, it feels like speedy lovers of speed.

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