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At the end of the second film, they were destroyed by a gigawatt overload as a result of the DeLorean being struck by lightning with its time circuits still on — which in turn activated the flux capacitor, sending the time machine and Doc back to Doc mentioned this, as well as the car never being able to fly again.
When attempting to push the DeLorean up to 88 mph with a steam locomotive, Doc installed the boiler temperature gauge which is apparently connected to the locomotive's boiler in the DeLorean's cockpit to indicate when each of the Presto Logs inside the boiler will fire, which will make the locomotive go faster.
The meter starts in the white zone where no logs have fired. When it reaches the green zone, the first log will fire. When it reaches the yellow zone, the second log will fire.
When it reaches the red zone, the third and final log will fire. As it reached the orange and yellow sections in the red zone, the locomotive started to fall apart at that point.
For most of the first film, the 1. Fusion Home Energy Reactor" generator possibly acquired in Fusion" device apparently converts household waste into electrical power; the name suggests nuclear fusion.
Due to a "hover conversion" made in , the car also becomes capable of hovering and flight , though it lost this ability at the end of the second film.
Following its creation, Doc tests it out by using a remote control to send it one minute into the future with his dog Einstein in it.
Marty later uses the DeLorean to flee from Libyan terrorists who had killed Doc and is transported to after accidentally activating the time circuits, but without the plutonium that is needed to power it.
Once there, Marty flees from Old Man Peabody and, due to problems with the starter, hides the DeLorean behind a sign. Marty later shows it to Doc, who then has it brought back to his workshop.
Because plutonium is not yet available in , Marty and Doc after reading a flyer that Marty had with him following his trip to decide to harness the power of a lightning strike that will happen one week later to power the flux capacitor.
He also places an alarm clock on the DeLorean's dashboard, which is set to ring to signal Marty to drive towards the cable at 88 mph.
The plan succeeds, sending the DeLorean back to with Marty ten minutes before his original departure. This event resulted in two DeLoreans existing in at the same time: one used by the first Marty to escape from the Libyan terrorists and then disappearing to and the other appearing with the second Marty following his trip from to After taking Marty home, Doc whose death was averted thanks to a warning letter that Marty wrote for him in uses the DeLorean to travel to October 21, where he upgrades it with technology, but briefly returns to to pick up Marty and get him to help stop his future son from committing a crime.
While there, the DeLorean is stolen by Biff Tannen, who then travels back to November 12, , the same day as the climax of the first film, to give his past self a sports almanac to be used for gambling.
Once Biff returns to without Doc's knowledge, the duo return to , but find themselves in an alternate timeline where Hill Valley is ruled by Biff that Doc described as A alternate The DeLorean then travels back to to restore the timeline,  but in the aftermath with its time circuits once again accidentally switched on , it is struck by lightning again in the very same electrical storm, this time by accident.
According to writers Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis, the lightning causes the DeLorean to spin at 88 miles per hour,  and Doc later states in a letter to Marty that the bolt caused a "gigawatt overload" which "shorted out the time circuits and destroyed the flying circuits".
Once in , the DeLorean is hidden in a mine because suitable replacement parts to replace its destroyed microchip will not be invented until presumably referring to the transistor , invented in that year.
The tires have disintegrated in storage, so Doc replaces them with whitewalls. The gasoline engine is still functional, but the flying circuits are not.
Due to the events in all three films, a total of four DeLoreans existed at the same time in the first in Doc's lab taking place during the events of the first film , the second hidden somewhere by Biff after stealing the DeLorean in , the third used by Doc and Marty to travel to and undo the changes caused by Biff, and the fourth hidden in the mine after Doc is transported to In a letter Doc wrote to Marty in , Doc states he is happy in his new life there and requests that Marty not attempt to retrieve him, but instead to return to and destroy the DeLorean, believing that it has brought them and the world nothing but disaster.
However, Marty and Doc learn of the tragedy that will come to Doc's way when he is murdered by Biff's grandfather, Buford "Mad Dog" Tannen, on September 7, ; therefore, Doc agrees to send Marty back to the Old West to rescue himself.
This resulted in two DeLoreans existing in the one hidden in the mine after Doc is sent to by the lightning strike, and the one that Marty uses to travel to to rescue Doc.
When Marty arrives in , the DeLorean's fuel line is damaged while driving offroad during an Indian attack and he is forced to hide it in a cave.
He and Doc later recover it from the cave and patch up the line. They attempt to use whiskey as a replacement fuel, since commercial gasoline is not yet available; the test fails, destroying the fuel injection and ignition systems and leaving the car unable to travel under its own power.
They try using horses as an alternate means to get the car up to 88 mph, but this fails since the horses' top speed is approximately 30 mph.
Its final trip, from to , is propelled by a stolen steam locomotive that has Doc's version of "Presto Logs" pressed wood treated with anthracite added to the boiler to provide the extra power needed to push the car up to 88 mph.
Marty and Doc make the run on a flat, straight section of track leading to an unfinished bridge; once the car reaches 88 mph, the Mr.
Fusion unit provides the power required to activate the flux capacitor and make the jump through time. He uses the old tires and a wooden support to cushion the locomotive's "cow catcher" and the car's rear end.
Since each of the three "Presto Logs" fire at different intervals with increasing power, Doc installs a boiler temperature gauge on the DeLorean's dashboard to indicate when the car will experience a sudden burst of acceleration.
Upon reaching the end of the track, the DeLorean disappears to with Marty with Doc staying behind with Clara Clayton while the locomotive falls down the cliff and is destroyed in the explosion.
When the DeLorean makes its final trip to , it lands on the now-completed bridge and coasts to a stop. Marty bails out seconds before it is struck and destroyed by an oncoming freight train.
Later, Doc and Clara appear in the same location, piloting a new time machine in the form of a steam-powered train. After picking up Einstein, the couple and their two children depart for an unknown time period.
In the films, the DeLorean time machine is a licensed, registered vehicle in the state of California, where the films take place.
The vanity license plate used in the film reads "OUTATIME", a deliberate anomaly, as the maximum number of symbols on California plates is seven characters.
In The Animated Series , Doc builds another DeLorean into a time machine, restoring most of its features, including Mr.
Fusion and the hover conversion Doc either rebuilds the one destroyed at the end of Part III or he simply builds a new one.
He also seemingly adds the capability to travel through space in addition to time i. The cartoon DeLorean time machine has many add-ons, including a back seat in normal two-door mode, the ability to transform into a four-door, a pop-out covered wagon top, a blimp, a rear video screen, and a voice activated time input.
Back to the Future: The Game features a chronal duplicate of the original DeLorean, which Doc Brown recovered from the timestream after the destruction of the original.
This DeLorean is created at the end of Back to the Future Part II , when the original time machine was struck by lightning: while the DeLorean itself is sent to , a fully functional duplicate appears apparently unmanned and undamaged in , where Doc retrieves it with the Time Train before Griff Tannan could.
He later traveled to and sent the Clone DeLorean to to get Marty to rescue him from before he can be killed by Irving "Kid" Tannan, Biff's father.
After learning of Doc's location, Marty travels to , one day before Doc's death, where he hides the Clone DeLorean behind a sign. This Clone DeLorean is effectively the same as the Part II one, including the occasional glitches in the time circuits mostly affecting the last time departed time display , but with a new automatic retrieval feature that automatically brings the Clone DeLorean to a set time and location of Doc's choosing every time Doc Brown doesn't return to the car in a fixed amount of time.
The original DeLorean made a brief appearance in Marty's nightmare where Doc sends it one minute into the future, which copies the events of the first film.
However, the only difference is that it does not return from its one minute trip. Following Doc's rescue, Marty was forced travel several hours back to rescue his grandfather Artie Mcfly from Kid to ensure his existence before he and Doc return to , but find themselves in a dystopian future which was brought into existence due to Kid not being arrested.
Marty and Doc return to to correct the timeline, but their actions resulted in the creation of a second dystopian future, with Doc disappearing from existence.
This DeLorean is later badly damaged after returning to , Marty crashes the Clone DeLorean into a billboard and after Marty gets out, the Clone DeLorean falls through the billboard and crashes onto the ground and then restored by an alternate version of Doc Brown who has never developed time travel technology, having access to limited notes about the flux capacitor.
As such, the time circuits of the alternate Clone DeLorean become even more glitchy following their return to , accumulating errors as severe as the interval of time traveled, with increasing damage with every attempt: as such, Citizen Brown, the alternate version of Doc, has to install a diagnostic console made of materials available in appearing as a plywood box with a lightbulb and three similar bulbs placed on the coils on the outer body.
Apparently, part of the problem is chromium parts becoming unstable during time travel, according to Citizen Brown. This DeLorean is later stolen by Edna Strickland, one of the game's main villains.
The original Doc arrives in the original Clone DeLorean as Citizen Brown disappears from existence due to earlier events in the game; i.
Officer Danny Parker nearly arrests Marty and Doc for allegedly having the car that Edna got away in.
After they explain to him that there is more than one DeLorean, Marty explains to Doc that the alternate Clone DeLorean had malfunctioning time circuits.
To make matters worse, the entire town of Hill Valley disappears around them; Edna had unwillingly time traveled to They go to "Mary Pickford's" house and see that the alternate Clone DeLorean had been destroyed.
After they get information from Mary, who was really Edna, they go to After they stop the fire that would've burned down Hill Valley, they chase down Edna, who is trying to get away in the alternate Clone DeLorean.
Marty hoverboards to Edna's DeLorean and synchronizes the two DeLoreans by attaching signal dishes called flux synchronizers over the diagnostic lightbulbs on Edna's DeLorean and pointing them at the receiving dish on Doc's DeLorean, which is flying behind the one that Edna is driving.
They all travel back to , with Edna's DeLorean vanishing because of the time ripples catching up with them, causing " chronal decay" i. Marty and Doc return to , where three DeLoreans one normal, one blue, and one black suddenly arrive with different versions of Marty.
The duo leave the Martys arguing before departing to an unknown time in their own DeLorean. It is implied that the Time Train stays with Clara, Jules and Verne, passingly mentioned as enjoying the same nomadic life around the time-stream of Doc, but it is never seen in the game.
In Back to the Future: The Ride , Doc, who now lives in a lab called the Institute of Future Technology, had created an 8-passenger DeLorean that can fly just like the original DeLorean which can be seen in the ride and in the outside display and the Time Train which can only be seen in display outside of the attraction.
Unlike the original DeLorean, the flux capacitor is in the front of the cockpit along with a small screen, the time circuits, and the speedometer.
It is also equipped with a sub-ether time-tracking scanner that allows Doc to pinpoint the location of the original DeLorean in time.
The original DeLorean is shown to have its original "OUTATIME" license plate instead of the bar code license plate, but it could just mean that this DeLorean is actually a new one being built into a time machine.
In the attraction, Biff Tannan who stowed away in one of the institute's time machines that had recently visited steals the original DeLorean, prompting Doc to send the riders to the 8-passenger DeLorean and use it to go after Biff.
After following Biff to Hill Valley, the Ice Age where the 8-passenger DeLorean experiences a temporally engine failure , and the Cretaceous Period , Biff's DeLorean gets damaged by a T-Rex and lands in a volcano.
The 8-passenger DeLorean follows Biff and bumps into him after both DeLoreans go over a cliff, sending them back to In a post-credits scene, Clara Clayton, who has built the Time Train with Doc, reveals to have currently repaired the DeLorean and travels back to to a farm.
In Doc Brown Saves the World , there was a repaired DeLorean time machine which included new replacement parts from The DeLorean is also seen in a video promoting Doc Brown Saves the World , and it is unknown as to whether or not a flux capacitor was inside.
The Time Train was a second time machine that appears at the end of Part III, which is powered by steam instead of gasoline. Doc built it out of a steam locomotive most likely a different one that Doc either purchased or stole since the one that Marty and Doc used to push the DeLorean up to 88 mph was destroyed.
It took Doc ten years to build it. The flux capacitor is inside the chimney headlamp at the front of the locomotive.
The time circuits appear as rotating dials that are identical to the DeLorean's time circuits, though are not clearly seen in the film.
The sides of the cabin which display Doc's initials: ELB are capable of opening the same way as the DeLorean's gullwing doors, but can also deploy stairs that allow people to climb on board.
Its tender also has vents which function the same way as the DeLorean's. How Doc was able to create the flux capacitor and time circuits for the Time Train in is unexplained, but it is assumed that Doc used parts from the hoverboard that Marty left behind in and the broken DeLorean that was buried in the mine to build them it is also implied that Doc may have brought replacement parts from the future back to , which he left with the broken DeLorean to ensure that Marty and his counterpart would be able to repair it.
Unlike the DeLorean, the external components of the Time Train were symmetrical on both sides of the vehicle, possibly representing a more sophisticated grasp of the time travel technology on Doc's part, despite being constructed from more primitive materials.
Interestingly, before the Time Train appeared in , it triggered the bells and gates on the nearby railroad crossing as if another train was coming.
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