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This isn’t your father’s DeLorean (DMC-12) from the Back to the Future movies. A new DeLorean company that’s totally unrelated to the original from the ’80s has come out swinging in the EV market with its new (and still gullwinged) Alpha5 electric car. Penned by Italdesign, the firm responsible for the boxy stainless steel Gen 1 car, the Alpha5 is slinky, sexy, and all-electric. It also retains layered taillights and louvered rear glass from the DMC-12. The Alpha5 will also have multiple electric motors, a 100+kWh battery, a minimum range of 300 miles on a single charge, and a 0-60 mph sprint in under three seconds. It will seat four, and ingress/egress will come via two seriously long gull-wing doors. Look for the Alpha5 to bow at Monterey Car Week in August.

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