We may be able to get our hands on one after all! Minus Mr. Fusion sadly but imagine the turbocharger on this bad boy.
The DeLorean Motor Company will create 300 new stainless steel DMC-12 vehicles at its manufacturing plant in Humble, Texas for release next year, reports KPRC.
We last saw these iconic cars manufactured 33 years ago. Around 9,000 cars were made between 1981 and 1983. Only 6,500 are still believed to exist.
Antique DeLoreans typically fetch upwards of $55,000 (around £39,000), but the 2017 edition is expected to cost upwards of $100,000 (around £70,000) depending on the engine it ends up housing.
"In anticipation of this legislation, DeLorean Motor Company has been working for some time to identify a supplier for engines and other parts that must be reproduced to facilitate this production for 2017," explained a statement released by the company.
The DeLorean will retain all of these features including his stainless steel body and iconic doors but will update its safety features to match modern day standards with additions such as a navigation system and heated seats.
Fancy getting your hands on one? Still a bit of time to wait but exciting news!
Watch below to hear the sound of a Turbo DeLorean 235HP BAE/HKS Turbo including custom stainless steel tuned exhaust, tuning, suspension and interior.