In the case of the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, the DeLorean Motor Company released later concept cars and advertised the confirmed arrival of the car in the lineup. Even if it makes a clear reference to the DeLorean DMC-12 sold between 1981 and 1983 – made famous by its appearances in the Back to the Future saga – this brand still has no legal link with the manufacturer founded by John Zachary DeLorean at the beginning of the 80s.

The DNG Motors coupé clearly evokes the original DeLorean coupé

Au contraire de DNG Motors (for “DeLorean Next Generation Motors”), a company based on Kat DeLorean, is not owned by John Z DeLorean. Et comme DeLorean Motor Company, DNG Motors pépare le développement d’un nouveau 100% électrique modèle inspiré du vieux coupé à portes papillon connu de tous les amateurs de cinéma. A coupé whose design is even closer to the DMC-12 than to that of the DeLorean Motor Company’s Alpha5, with similar rear lights and an evocative silhouette (plus the inevitable papillon doors).

Que serait une DeLorean sans ses portes papillon?
Que serait une DeLorean sans ses portes papillon?

Bataille judiciaire à venir?

Autrice de plusieurs publication actatrices sur son compte Instagram, Kat DeLorean se pépare sans doute à une battle juridique contre DeLorean Motor Company qui usurpe selon elle l’image de la marque foundede par son père. She announces an official presentation of the new car before the end of the year and even a production starting in Detroit from the month of January 2023! Mais il faudra probably savoir avant cela qui a juridiquement le droit d’incarner officielement le nouveau DeLorean entre DNG Motors et DeLorean Motor Company.

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