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The DeLorean Motor Company, named after its founder, GM automotive executive John Z. DeLorean, existed from 1975 through 1983. During its short life, the company introduced only a single model, the iconic DMC-12 gullwing coupe, into production at its manufacturing facility in Dunmurry, Northern Ireland. DeLorean’s mission to create an “ethical sports car” that could compete against established models such as the Corvette saw numerous setbacks and delays before production began and was further impacted by poor sales after much hype prior to release.