De Tomaso, the Italian effectiveness brand which is been dormant considering the fact that its founder died in 2003, is coming back.
The new owners of the brand’s title will celebrate its 60th anniversary by launching an all-new car or truck at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in July.
Visuals of a disguised prototype posted on social media displays that the new product bears a hanging resemblance to the Pantera, a mid-engined sports activities car or truck run by a Ford V8 and produced from 1971 to 1993. It appears to be minimal-slung and wedge-shaped, with very similar angular traces to the unique. The Task P codename implies the manufacturer is intending to use the Pantera title the moment additional, even though this has nevertheless to be confirmed.
The relaunch of De Tomaso is being executed by Suitable Crew Enterprise, a Hong Kong-based mostly enterprise that introduced defunct brand name Gumpert again as Apollo. It acquired the legal rights to the De Tomaso title in 2014 for just €1.05 million (£900,000). The Challenge P automobile is reported to have been co-created by the Apollo crew and “world-renowned specialized partners” that have however to be named.