Transmission computer was shot, but I had no idea until I blew the actual transmission. DeLorean automatic transmissions are known for crapping out when you jump start the car (I wish I knew). It's a bad transmission to start with, only 3 forward gears and nobody knows how to service it ($3500 and 1 year later it's still not fixed).
The engine is by far the biggest disappointment this car has to offer. The engine is a very under powered PRV (Peugeot Renault Volvo) 2.8 liter V6. It's very good on gas, but I wouldn't dare drag a bicycle. The car starts only when it wants to and overheats just going to the supermarket. For a car that looks as fast as a Ferrari from the future, it performs like your 70's Volvo station wagon. Although I did not buy it for the performance it could still use a little more.
The interior all black leather (rare option) is perfect and very comfortable, except that it gives some people a claustrophobic feel (I feel very comfortable alone).
The all brushed stainless-steel body is awesome. The only complaint I have is that it very easily gathers fingerprints off the many people that just have to touch it. The body impresses everyone and is very easy to clean (and yes you can use Brillo). The gull-wing doors are fantastic and catch the eye of everyone for miles.