The morning after: A first look at the DeLorean EV

Good morning and welcome back! If you had yesterday off, I hope you enjoyed it. And if not, I hope you survived your Monday.



It’s been a relatively quiet tech news day due to Memorial Day, but we got a glimpse of a new DeLorean. Yes, DeLorean Motor Company makes an electric vehicle. should come with a 100kWh battery that accelerates from 0 to 60 MPH in 2.99 seconds and has an exhilarating price tag of $175,000.

It’s not built by the original DeLorean people, but by a Texas company that bought the rights to the DeLorean name and the aftermarket parts. Expect gullwing doors, a futuristic profile and an overall design from the same studio that designed the original DeLorean. Expect more details later today.

— Mat Smith

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