A DeLorean from the Back to the Future trilogy was found in an old barn 18:23

A DeLorean DMC-12 was found in an old barn in New Mexico (USA). In this respect reports motor1.com. This car was used in the filming of the famous Back to the Future trilogy.

It is stated that the rare car had only 977 miles (1572 km) on its odometer when it was discovered. The car found is one of the first DeLoreans produced. The sports car rolled off the assembly line in 1981. The bodywork and engine are in good condition. The car will be restored soon.

The first prototype of the DeLorean DMC-12 was developed in 1977. The production version of the sports coupe was launched in Northern Ireland in 1981.

In August 2022, DeLorean Motor Company (DMC) for the first time showed Alpha5 electric car, which is publicly known as the successor to the DMC-12 model.

The car received doors with a gull-wing lifting mechanism, narrow LED headlights, large wheels with low-profile tires.

Previously reportedHe said that AvtoVAZ will launch Lada Vesta Sport with a 145 horsepower engine in 2024.

Source: Gazeta


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