The new prototype is a DeLorean DMC-12 with a power steering motor that can drift with, well, let’s call it “robotic precision.” The name technically stands for “Multiple Actuator Research Test bed for Yaw control."
In honour of the 30th anniversary year of Back to the Future (and “the future” from BTTF 2), I give you my latest poster: 88 Miles Per Hour - The vehicles of the Back to the Future Trilogy. How many vehicles? Well, to paraphrase the legendary Dr. Emmett Brown: “When this baby gets up to 88 vehicles, you’re going to see so serious obsessive levels of illustration”. Oh. Did I mention that they’re all in order of their appearance in the films. Because they are.
Here’s to one of my favorite movies of all time. Yeah, we don’t have flying cars, better functioning hover boards, and a shitty Jaws movie, but after today, 26 years of Doc and Marty going to the future, will be put in the past. Sad, but intriguing.