Electric DeLorean DMCEV

Flux capacitor not included

Electric DeLorean DMCEV

Flux capacitor not included

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  •  Take a ride in this iconic time-travelling beauty
  •  Brushed steel finish, leather-look interior, garish gull wing doors
  •  Battery lets you drive for 100 miles before having to recharge
  •  Find a deserted roadway, hit 88mph and cruise back to future
  •  Having said that, where you're going you don't need roads
Delivery Information

Due to the incredibly exclusive nature of this product, delivery will be 6 months to a year from point of order.



‘What are you looking at butthead?’ If you’re a fan of Back to the Future you’ll know that you’re looking at a DeLorean, quite possibly one of the most iconic vehicles of the 20th century (and quite a few other centuries for that matter). But this isn’t just any DeLorean, it’s an electric DeLorean. Great Scott!

Brought to you by the DeLorean Motor Company in association with Epic EV, the Electric DeLorean might be battery powered but its AC induction liquid-cooled electric motor packs enough oomph (260 horsepower to be precise) to make Doc Brown’s hair turn white and stand on end. Indeed with a top speed of 125mph it easily outperforms its petrol-powered predecessor. It’ll even do 0-60 in 4.9 seconds.

Sadly this jaw-droppingly cool car won’t blast you back to the future when it hits 88mph, and it doesn’t even feature a Flux Capacitor. But at least the Electric DeLorean’s full leather look interior is suitably minimalist with a built in GPS display so you can find the Twin Pines Mall. There’s also an iPhone dock so you can play Huey Lewis and the News at full volume as you cruise along the freeway. Or the Birmingham gyratory system.

With its snub-nosed stainless steel body, rear mounted engine and audacious gull wing doors, the Electric DeLorean retains all the retro-modern features of the highly sought-after original. But duh, McFly, we all know the real reason you want one is because you’ve dreamt of owning a DeLorean since you saw Marty McFly rocketing into Hill Valley back in 1985. Or was it 1955?

Talking of time, the Electric DeLorean’s battery offers a range of over 100 miles between charges (3.5 hour recharge time from empty to full) giving you more than enough time to wallop Biff Tannen, jam with Chuck Berry’s cousin and show off around town in a way no other car can compete with, irrespective of marque or price.

No, it’s not cheap but it’s a taste of things to come and an evocative slice of the past all rolled into one. Plus it’ll tide you over till Doc Brown comes up with something even better. ‘Roads? Where we're going we don't need roads!'

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Please Note:
  • This car will not send you back to the future when you drive at 88mph, please adhere to the speed limit of the road you are driving on
Product Features:
  • 260 horsepower electric motor
  • Top speed of 125mph
  • 0-60 in just 4.9 seconds
  • The DMCev gets 2 to 3 miles per kWh (KiloWatt Hour = 1,000 watts being used for 1 hour) depending on driving habits and terrain
  • The DMCev has a 32kWh pack of Lithium Iron Phosphate Batteries
  • This DMCev can travel over 100 miles on a charge depending on driving habits and terrain
  • You can buy a full tank of "electrons" for the DMCev for about £1.50
  • At £1.50 for about 100 miles of driving the DMCev cost about 1p per mile to drive

Customer Reviews

Is Uranium included or will I have to steal it from the Lybians?
Sean - 16th June 2014
Any idea of the road tax on this?
Sam - 12th July 2013
Firebox says: Not really sure Sam, these are not dispatched and made directly from the suppliers. If you are still interested then drop us a line and we will pass you on the details of our supplier!
Can it be delivered to north america? it SO COOL!!! I want one just so I can drive around making back to the future references.
Zach - 7th April 2013
Firebox says: Drop us a line Zach, we will pass you the suppliers details!
If I somehow gathered up enough money for this, Where exactly would I be able to re-charge this fine looking thing?
Nathan Sanderson - 2nd April 2013
Firebox says: It charges up like most electric cars Nathan, you can find charging points up and down the country these days.
How much is the flux capacitor.
Andy - 16th January 2013
Firebox says: 1.21 Gigawatts!!!!!
If I order one of these would it be possible to go back in time and get my money back?!?
James K - 5th January 2013
Firebox says: Yes you could, but then we would use the spare we have to go back to before you went back to take the money off you thus causing a paradox and the eventual destruction of the space time continuum, Great Scott!