The legendary carmaker from Italy, De Tomaso, has made a triumphant comeback from the pits of dead manufacturers. Their new P72 supercar is all set to make a bang in the auto industry. Only 72 models will be made, and the model was unveiled at the recent Goodwood Festival of Speed. It is inspired by their older model, the P70, and it brings back the iconic ’60s in style while also combining them with the high-end tech and luxury of modern world.
De Tomaso P72 has a stunning body that is built on a carbon fiber chassis, while the fluid lines and the sexy curves everywhere show off a design influenced by their sadly failed collaboration with Carroll Shelby in 1964, which was supposed to end with the P70.
So far, no performance specs or any detailed information about what is under the hood exists. All we can do is awe at that amazing exterior, as well as the inside.
The interior features quilted leather and carbon fiber finishes, with a superb baroque gold display panel that has back light gauges. The whole presentation is breathtaking. As mentioned, no specs are familiar as of yet, but it is familiar that the car will have a real manual transmission option.
This combo of futuristic and retro design that is the De Tomaso P72 is expected to have a price tag somewhere around $841,000.