Chinese Investment Firm Purchases De Tomaso

Chinese Investment Firm Purchases De Tomaso
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A subsidiary of Chinese investment firm Hotyork Investment Group has reportedly purchased automaker De Tomaso. The Italian automaker was recently revived thanks to the work of former Fiat CEO Gianmario Rossignolo back in 2009, but quickly ran into financial problems trying to launch three new vehicles. There aren’t many details being released at the moment… Continue Reading...

De Tomaso to Resurrect Pantera at Frankfurt Auto Show in September

De Tomaso to Resurrect Pantera at Frankfurt Auto Show in September
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De Tomaso is planning to show a new Pantera, one of the most legendary cars ever built, at the Frankfurt Auto Show. Will it live up to the original’s badass demeanor? Sticking to tradition, the new Pantera will feature American power with a Corvette V8, in the middle somewhere. With a curb weight of 2,645 pounds… Continue Reading...

De Tomaso to Revive Pantera in November at LA Auto Show

De Tomaso to Revive Pantera in November at LA Auto Show
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The legendary De Tomaso Pantera will be set to return in November of this year, a much-anticipated product after the disappointing Deauville (formerly SLC) introduced at the Geneva Auto Show last week. The Pantera is the second part of the De Tomaso revival, and there isn’t much known about it yet—other than the fact that… Continue Reading...

De Tomaso Returns With SLC Crossover

De Tomaso Returns With SLC Crossover
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De Tomaso is back! But not with the Pantera, arguably the company’s most legendary model. No, the troubled Italian company, constantly flirting with bankruptcy and liquidation and angry customers, has introduced for Geneva the SLC, a Pininfarina-designed crossover in the mold of the BMW 5-Series GT. Unfortunately, the overall effort is underwhelming; the oddly-proportioned car… Continue Reading...