Dr. Brown's classic quote to Marty McFly and Jennifer Parker that concluded the Back to the Future trilogy is all but a simple line that tells of one's hope to do something so significant that it writes the future of who you are, what you did, and what you can do. A promise for yourself, and a promise for others. So let's hop in, get to 88mph and travel back to 30 years ago.
On the 9th of November 1989, the Berlin Wall fell. And with it, a less than glorious page from the history books of Germany's mighty car industry flipped away, forever hiding from the eyes of the world as an embarrassment. An embarrassment perhaps bigger for Germany than that of the war, and preferably not to be brought forth to the front pages ever again, even in history classes.