1.21 Gigawatts!?! How am I going to generate that kinda power?

Dave Slater has an amazing talent for recreating vehicles with an utmost level of accuracy that just makes my jaw drop not once but repeatedly. His previous build of the 1989 Tim Burton Batmobile was a huge hit with the LEGO community, and now he’s back with the sleek modified DeLorean from Back to the Future II.

BTTF2 DeLorean - Sitting pretty

Coming in just above 2000 pieces, it’s a real marvel and feat in capturing all those angled lines that are pretty hard to recreate to get that indistinguishable look of this vehicle. I can’t get over how snugly those gullwing doors fit into place with the doors shut almost as if the parts were made for this design in mind.

BTTF2 Delorean - Hovering low

The wheels do transform into flight mode. And thanks to Mr.Fusion, the fusion generator for the power generation of the 1.21 “Gigawatts” is not going to be a showstopper any longer.

BTTF2 DeLorean - Climb in

The dashboard and interior are all decked out with parts that resemble the actual vehicle as closely as possible to enable time-travel.

BTTF2 DeLorean - Time circuits

Of course, no Delorean is complete without its crucial Flux Capacitor. I can’t get over how accurate it looks with the great part usage of the minifigure hands to represent the complex wiring of the time machine.

BTTF2 DeLorean - Flux capacitor

5 comments on “1.21 Gigawatts!?! How am I going to generate that kinda power?

  1. Los

    My goodness, that looks so amazing. Love the way he did the Flux Capacitor and time circuit board. I love mine from Ideas but this is a thousand times better.

  2. Paul Dmytrewycz

    This is great. The Lego Ideas BTTF DeLorean is one of the most disappointing Lego sets I’ve ever spent money on. It should have been something more like this.

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