DeLorean Alpha5 Debuts at Pebble Beach Show
The four-seater electric coupe will go on sale in 2024. In May of this year, the revived DeLorean introduced the electric Alpha5. The automaker was able to draw attention to its new product, including thanks to some of the chips used in the original DMC-12.
Now a live electric car was presented at an exhibition in Pebble Beach, which takes place as part of Monterey Car Week. By the way, the car was once again able to attract public attention.
It is worth saying that in Alpha5 we found a serious similarity with the Chinese concept Voyah i-Land, shown back in 2020. This similarity is understandable, because the appearance of both cars was created by the Italian design studio Italdesign. However, there are references to the original DMC-12 as well. For example, there are blinds on the rear window, the body is painted in a characteristic silver shade, and the doors open upwards. Dimensions: 4995 mm long, 2044 mm wide and 1370 mm high.
The return of the power plant is not disclosed. Acceleration to hundreds will be 3.4 seconds. Top speed is limited to 241 kilometers per hour. The battery with a capacity of "over 100 kilowatt-hours" will allow you to drive 483 kilometers on a single charge.
Approximate prices for the car have not yet been disclosed. It is known that only 88 DeLorean Alpha5 are planned to be produced. This is obviously a nod to the 88 mph speed at which the classic DMC-12 traveled through time in Back to the Future.
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