January 2nd, 2018 | by Nicolas Zart
Short of the revolutionary Burt Rotan wild aircraft designs, airplanes have changed little over the past decades. Winged-cylinder with a propulsion system is how we travel through the air. Unless you have the astronomical budget the military enjoys to design hypersonic aircraft, not for the general public, the choice is simple — airplanes or helicopters. Delorean Aerospace just announced that its DR7 should fly by the end of 2018. That would shake things up, but is it practical, viable, for real
January 7th, 2016 | by Guest Contributor
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October 29th, 2015 | by James Ayre
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October 19th, 2011 | by Zachary Shahan
Remember Back to the Future? Remember that wicked cool car that could time travel (the DeLorean)? Yeah, well, it's coming back... DeLorean Motor Company announced on the weekend a "brand-new, all-electric DeLorean" (pictured above and below). The electric deLorean made its debut at the DMC Texas Open House Event on October 14 (last Friday).
From the company's website: "For several years, DeLorean Motor Company of Texas has been reconstituting the fruit of John Z. Deloreans’s troubled loins (phrasing!). Now we are working with electric-car startup Epic EV to put an all-electric DMC-12 into production by 2013."