2014 NAIAS: Back To The Future DeLorean Time Machine, Complete With Mr. Fusion

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Covisint, which has gone through a few changes since it started out as a consortium of suppliers and OEMs concerned about computer networks. In 2004 it was bought out by Compuware and today they describe themselves thusly: “Covisint provides the leading cloud engagement platform for creating and enabling new mission-critical external business processes.” Whatever that means, they decided to get attention during the media and industry previews of the 2014 NAIAS, like many of the other companies displaying, with a pretty lady and a cool car.

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The car is one of the Back To The Future DeLoreans and the pretty lady was dressed up in futuristic garb, including a pair of Google Glasses. At first I thought it was a replica and I checked with Matt Farah of The Smoking Tire (who owns a DeLorean and is a self-described huge BTTF geek) said it had the wrong tires, but according to Covisint and the literature handed out, it’s a real movie car, used in the second BTTF movie, and was on loan from the Universal Studios Museum in Hollywood, California.

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The vehicle has been restored to the condition as it was used in the movie. Because it’s from the second movie, it has a Mr. Fusion reactor. My favorite touch is the use of “Important: This Vehicle is Negative Ground” warning plates on some of the wiring near the time machine’s front end.

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