DeLorean DMC 12 has become a worldwide known vehicle with its Return to Future series. A Brazilian rendering artist developed a design that would give the iconic vehicle DeLorean DMC 12 a contemporary look.
We’re all familiar with the iconic Porsche 911’s rearranging with a contemporary look. But we’ve never seen DeLorean, who is familiar with Back to the Future, with an outward-looking exterior.
Brazilian rendering artist Thiago D3sing has created a new design work that combines DeLorean with contemporary lines. Thiago D3sing brings DeLorean to the present day and makes the vehicle fully modernized.
The original DeLorean DMC 12 is famous for its gray-colored stainless steel body. The Brazilian artist completely changed this look and covered the car with a black color. The fenders of the vehicle were replaced with wider fenders.
With its larger wheels, dual exhaust system and front and rear spoilers, DeLorean are much more aggressive than its original look. The LED headlights and new stops added to DeLorean help to modernize the vehicle.
Render artist Thiago D3sing did not study how the interior of the iconic car DeLorean would look. However, it is not unfair to think that touch screens and a modern cab can accompany the vehicle.
Of course, DeLorean’s modernization must also be based on the engine of the vehicle. The original DeLorean DMC 12 had a 130 horsepower 2.85-liter V6 engine. This engine, the manual transmission of the vehicle from 0 to 100 km speed in 8.8 seconds, the automatic transmission in 10.5 seconds was the output. The vehicle can have the power it deserves with a V8 engine or a fully electric engine. However, it should not be forgotten that all this remains at the level of imagination for now.
Brazilian rendering artist Thiago D3sing’s work on DeLorean is just a concept design. However, it is applied to DeLoreans in real changes. One user replaced DeLorean’s original engine with a 5.71 liter LS1 V8 engine. With this engine, DeLorean has 425 horsepower. At the same time, a user had turned DeLorean into a real-sized remote control vehicle.