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DeLorean offers a first look at its gull-winged Alpha 5 EV revival

The first photographs of DeLorean Motor Company's Alpha 5 electric vehicle (EV), the brand's attempt to resuscitate the DeLorean moniker in an all-electric form, have been released.

Staying loyal to the iconic 1980s DeLorean made famous by its debut in Back to the Future

The Alpha 5 has gull-wing doors and can hit 60 mph in around 2.99 seconds (or 88 mph in 4.35 seconds, if you're interested).

Before we get into the facts, it's important to note that the corporation behind the Alpha 5 is not the same as the one behind the original DeLorean automobiles, which went out of business in 1982.

A completely unrelated Texas-based company that provides replacement components to owners of classic DeLorean automobiles

In April, the company bought the DeLorean brand and teased an all-electric rebirth.

The Alpha 5 could be equipped with a 100-kilowatt-hour battery, giving it a range of 300 miles and a top speed of 155 mph.

These specifications will be part of the "basic" performance model, according to DeLorean, but there's no information on other performance tiers or pricing.

The Alpha 5 will be unveiled to the public on DeLorean's website tomorrow morning, but you can sign up now to receive a sneak glimpse at its photographs and features.