Go back to the future every time you climb into your car with a USB car charger designed to look like the glowing creation from Doc Brown's DeLorean.
You don't need plutonium to run this DeLorean, but thanks to many modifications by its owner, the ride looks ahead of its time with an in-dash iPad Mini. Doc Brown would approve.
In a partnership with General Electric, ride service Uber commandeers a fleet of everyone's favorite time-traveling '80s vehicle for San Francisco customers this weekend.
If you're gonna build a time machine out of Lego, why not do it with some style? It's the time-travelling DeLorean from Back to the Future!
The upcoming set mustered more than 10,000 votes on Lego's fan project site Cuusoo. Plutonium not included.
Plutonium not included -- the upcoming set mustered over 10,000 votes on Lego's fan project site Cuusoo.
To promote fashion brand Nooka, designer Mike Lubrano envisions a New York taxi based on the iconic DeLorean DMC-12 time machine.
A $25 push car is transformed into the ultimate baby-size DeLorean from "Back to the Future."
Incorporating parts from those iconic gull-wing cars from the 1980s, the DeLorean DNA has everything you'd want from a timepiece except a flux capacitor.
Haute horologist Romain Jerome has expanded its DNA collection with a timepiece incorporating fragments of Back to the Future's time-travelling car.