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DeLorean Motor Company has opened up a “pre-order interest form” for the purchase of a new DeLorean DMC-12, the car used in the 1980s cult classic Back to the Future.

The resurrected DeLorean Motor Company recently brought its production works back from Northern Ireland to the USA in Texas, and has once again opened up its order books.

Sticklers for detail will be pleased to hear that the brand new vehicles will be constructed using original parts, but because those parts are now incredibly rare, only around 300 DMC-12s will actually be created, at a rate of one car per month.

DeLorean has stated that the design will remain the same as the original, so don’t panic, those gull-wing doors will be included, but it’s unlikely that the 130-horsepower V6 will be under the hood. Motor1 estimates power output to be between 300 and 400 HP, with prices starting from around $85,000.

The full official details probably won’t be announced for some time, but if you’ve always wanted a DeLorean DMC-12 but refused to buy into 30 years of wear and tear, now’s your chance. Head over to DMC’s website to register your interest.

Meanwhile, BMW brings TRON vibes to the i8 and i3 with its new CrossFade editions.

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Daniel is the editor of Highsnobiety Life. He grew up in north of England and is now based in Berlin.

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