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News The New All-Electric DeLorean to Debut at Pebble Beach in August

The New All-Electric DeLorean to Debut at Pebble Beach in August

This summer will officially mark the return of the DeLorean


  • It will offer 300 miles of range.

  • The new DeLorean will look very much like the original DMC-12.


Less than two weeks ago, DeLorean teased the return of one of the most famous Hollywood cars ever to grace the silver screen. Details were non-existent then and remain extremely limited now. We do know when and where the car will debut.

DeLorean DMC Returns to the Present as an Electric Sports Car This Year

The all-new all-electric take of John Z. DeLorean’s creation will be revealed to the public this August, for the 71st edition of the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. What we can expect to see is a car that will be a modern interpretation of the DMC-12 we’ve all come to love and admire more than 40 years after it was first sold.

Beyond this, Car and Driver reports that the new DeLorean will be assembled on a bespoke platform however the powertrain and batteries will be sourced from an independent supplier. According to DeLorean Motor Company chief executive officer Joost de Vries, the new EV will provide roughly 300 miles.

The DeLorean should be parked on the Concept Lawn on August 21st in beautiful California.

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