[DML] RE: BMW Copies DeLorean Manufacturing Techniques for Electric cars
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[DML] RE: BMW Copies DeLorean Manufacturing Techniques for Electric cars





Bob, You are incorrect. I think it would be more accurate to say that this is additional evidence of what a visionary and forward thinker JZD was by the way his ideas were a prediction of how automobiles would be designed, equipped and manufactured at some point in the future. What's even more amazing is he saw what was to come 30 to almost 40 years in advance, but due to the limits of technology and limited financial resources he was unable to implement most of them in his time and he had to compromise and sacrifice a great deal just to get his car on the road. I can say with confidence that nobody at BMW sat down, thoroughly researched and meticulously examined the manufacturing techniques and practices of the DeLorean Motor Company then copied and implemented them. Vehicle development at BMW now is significantly more advanced than it was at DMC then, and I know the BMW i3 is a superior automobile in every possible technological way to the DMC-12. There is no comparison between the two... well, except for looks. The DMC-12 has the i3 beat there. Dan W. VIN 16192

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