MotorHeadline: Kathryn DeLorean is turning legacy into a sustainable future
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I’ll bet a lot of the banking execs of Silicon Valley Bank had purple hair too. Unfortunately, they just didn’t have any financial business sense in their noggins.
I’m guessing more of the same will be the case with Ms. DeLorean. Her business model looks very, very ambitious for someone that has not yet produced a drivable car…but I’m sure investors who can’t dump their money into SVB anymore will line up to give her funding.
That is why I hired a team of professionals that do. My business model doesn’t make any sense to anyone who hasn’t seen it. That’s ok, it doesn’t have to, you are not the one who needs to understand that part of it. All you need to do is watch as I deliver on my promises and show the world what my father was truly made of.
In September all questions will be answered, until then, all I ask is that you keep watching my team, not me, my team. Everyone on the outside questions our timing, business model and motivations. You are meant to. I cannot show you what my father was made of if no one is paying attention.
Must have missed how Ms DeLorean is turning her legacy into a sustainable future. Is she actually involved in a new automotive project or just feeling better or making a living by attending photo ops with Back to the Future fans? Either way I am happy for her, but this article seems to be fan-boy fluff.
There is part of the column missing, unfortunately.
Thanks for adding the rest of the story. I admire her vision and grit, but her market timing is not optimal. Hope she hits a home run.
Kevin, try the flux capacitor