DeLorean Returns to Production – This Week in Automotive News
DeLorean Returns to Production in 2017
Following the incredible hype over Back to the Future Day, fans should be pleased to hear that the DeLorean is returning to production temporarily.
Stephen Wynne, CEO of DeLorean Motor Company, plans to create around 300 replicas of the original DeLorean. Wynne said he would like to sell these cars for around $100,000. They will be produced in Texas in early 2017.
Tesla Releases Video of Model S Autopilot
There’s little explanation needed for this one. The incredibly cool and fast Tesla Model S has an amazing autopilot feature. It’s not a self-driving car yet, but it’s getting extremely close. See for yourself.
Opel GT Concept to Premier in March
For those of you who don’t know, Opel is a German car manufacturer owned by General Motors. Currently, Opel cars are often rebadged and sold in the US under the Buick nameplate.
Thanks to the Opel press release, we now have a glimpse at this incredibly unique sports car concept. The Opel GT will premiere at the Geneva International Motor Show. With its cartoonish/futuristic presence and red front wheels, we’re eager to see what this unique concept looks like live.
GMC Reveals Sierra All Terrain X
Most notable on this truck is the rugged appearance. With features like a bed-mounted sport bar, sport side steps, LED headlamps, and performance exhaust, this is certainly the coolest truck GMC has to offer.
Off-road features include a Z71 off-road suspension package, 4WD with Eaton locking rear differential, an inclinometer in the driver entertainment center, Hill Descent Control, and more.