Deauville Concept returns to Geneva with De Tomaso

Deauville Concept returns to Geneva with De Tomaso

A new concept was revealed not long ago by the Italian automaker De Tomaso. The car is called De Tomaso Deauville and if produced, the car will be the first new replica since the 2000 De Tomaso Bigua, taken by Qvale and renamed Mangusta.

The Deauville is possible to enter production by the end of this year. Customers are being given two choices: a 550-horsepower (410-kW / 558-PS) V8 and a 300-horsepower (224-kW / 304-PS) 2.8-liter V6 engine. The possibility of production is 3,000 units annually, 0-100 km/h would arrive in a reputable 6.7 seconds.
In 2009, during its 50 year anniversary, previous Fiat CEO Gianmario Rossignolo bought the brand, which was created by the past F1 driver Alejandro de Tomaso, who succumbed in 2003 at a respectable age of 74.