Inventor builds remote-controlled DeLorean that can go 99 mph, but still doesn’t time travel

A Dutch inventor has built a Back To The Future-inspired DeLorean which can be driven using a remote control.

Computer technician Bjorn Harms spent six months building the custom motor in his garage in Urmond, Netherlands. He was inspired to build the eye-catching car after watching the classic 1985 film “Back to the Future,” starring Michael J. Fox.

Speaking to Barcroft Cars, Bjorn said: “I saw the first episode of “Back To The Future” and the idea that Doc controlled the DeLorean with the remote control just always stayed with me.

“A lot of people tell me I’m crazy to build these kinds of things but the challenge for me is to see if I can do it. I just knew I had to try it.”

Mark JM

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