British Car Show 1998
Sports Car Graphic Summer 1981
The Lotus connection has been worth whatever it cost (and our informal understanding is that the cost has been far from cheap). Instead of being tail-happy, the DeLorean exhibits a nice, predictable, progressive understeer.full article
"I remember that day. These three pictures were taken at the 1998 British Car Show in Des Plaines, Illinois."
Time Nov. 1, 1982
They say that DeLorean sort of resembled a car even before he built the DeLorean. His name sounds as much like a car's as a man's. He sought to be judged by performance. He changed his physical appearance, his "model," from time to time to suit the fashion.full article
"Hey, that's my brother's car down there."
Motor Trend Dec. 1981
This car is a curiosity, a status symbol, as demonstrated by prices pushed far beyond the factory's suggested $25,000. Whatever the car does or doesn't do on the road, it must be considered an initial marketing success.full article