At the 2011 Geneva Motor Show exhibition ago, automotive enthusiasts were treated with the arrival of the new De Tomaso, who had many we have seen over the last month. De Tomaso is a company founded by racers yag Argentina Alejandro de Tomaso in 1959, and have brought back their glory thanks to the efforts Gian Mario Rossignolo. The new De Tomaso Deauville cars go round draft diranang by Pininfarina with a 5-door sedan, aluminum chassis and four-wheel drive.
Project of making this car has actually taken at the end of 2009, when Pininfarina SpA draw with De Tomaso Automobile SpA, the company controlled by Gian Mario Rossignolo, with deifinitif agreement for the sale of the company branch that includes plant Grugliasco, Turin.
The two companies Also Agreed That the first model to be produced by the reborn De Tomaso company would be Designed by Pininfarina. The De Tomaso Deauville earnest go into production later this year and will from be available with two gasoline powertrains Including a 550-hp V8 and a 300-hp V6. The company plans on building 3.000 units a year at the Grugliasco plant.
From the very first stages of the design process, De Tomaso and the Pininfarina design team set themselves the target of exploring new territory and creating a new market niche, developing a Sport Luxury Sedan for an exclusive clientele, designed and developed with the utmost luxury.Luxury is not a coincidence: the development of the De Tomaso Deauville hinges on exploiting the concept of quality products that are “Made in Italy”, reviving and refining in the present the characteristics of beauty and craftsmanship that are inherent in the Italian manufacturing heritage. All the cars are “custom-built” and the assembly of the details is guaranteed by the manual skills of De Tomaso specialist craftsmen. Each De Tomaso Deauville is therefore unique and self-sufficient.
But luxury is not only enshrined in the traditional construction. In addition to designer Pininfarina, the car also has a leading high-tech ahead of its time. De Tomaso Deauville Univis is produced using the innovative technology in the sense that the body is assembled using extruded aluminum profiles connected by cross members pressed, cut and welded by a laser. This new technology developed and patented by IAI (Innovation in Automobile Industry), the parent company of the De Tomaso, enables dramatically the time and investment needed to design a car to decrease because the number of molds can be drastically reduced to a few tens .
The Pininfarina team has discussed the design of the De Tomaso Deauville first making a historical analysis of the mark De Tomaso, and focused on the design elements that characterized the previous models like the Mangusta and Pantera. The challenge was to create a completely new type of car and without loss of this important heritage, but firmly to avoid turning into an exercise in nostalgia.
The result is a car that has no equal in the car on the market today. A sporty, seductive room of considerable size (height 1,630 mm, length 5080 mm, width 1950 mm), with clean and elegant lines, a strong character and unique sporting and a feeling for the driver appears to be a pleasant driving experience, but performance, safety, space, comfort and all the options you would expect on a luxury sedan.
The resolution of the front is expressed by the personality of the great calls on the hexagonal grid, through assertiveness and sportsmanship, and reflect the potential performance of the car, while the headlights that slide into the sides of the car, the dynamic stress. The hexagon, which refers to the De Tomaso designs precious history, repeats itself on the side of the car (exhaust, front fender and the shape of the windows) and in the design of the rear lights. Another thread running through the machine, the first three wings of the calendar that are repeated in the direction of the front light and continue in the repeater side and rear.
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