The government of Canada has posted a notice advising consumers of a recall issued by the DeLorean Motor Company on its DMC-12 model.
The recall, conveniently flagged on Back to the Future Day, affects the specific DeLorean model seen in the iconic trilogy of films.
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“On a certain DMC-12 car converted into a time machine, a defect in the flux capacitor could lead to inability to travel through time while travelling at 88 miles per hour (141.6 km/h) and may increase energy consumption beyond 1.21 gigawatts,” the government notice warns.
“This could have disastrous consequences.”
The notice adds that “Doc Brown will effect repairs.”
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After Wednesday, the entire Back to the Future trilogy will officially be set in the past. Take a moment and let that sink in.
In “Back to the Future Part II,” released in 1989, McFly travels to Oct. 21, 2015 to save his children, who have yet to be born.