A new DeLorean is set to make its debut at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show.
The car is described by designer David Woodard as a “refined, compact, fun car.”
Woodard also says the car will be an “all-new vehicle” for the show.
The DeLorean’s design is based on a modernized version of the DMC6 from 1990, and it uses a similar, but slightly more powerful, 4.0-liter inline-four engine.
It was developed by GM and Chrysler for use in the late 1990s.
The DMC1, also known as the D1 or the D8, was the first car the automaker made.
The DMC3 was the last car the company produced, and the D6 was the only one the company ever sold.
The new DMC12, which is called the D12, will debut at CES 2017 on March 16.
The new car is expected to be announced later in the week.
According to Woodard, the D2 was the pinnacle of the car company’s marketing efforts.
The first-generation D2 went on sale in 1989, but it was never successful.
The next-generation was a hit with the American public, but the company couldn’t sell enough units to keep up with demand.
“That car was the D4,” Woodard said.
“I’m very happy to see that it will be the D3.”