De Tomaso has been sold yet again after the winner of an auction just weeks ago fell through. The Italian brand is now owned by a Chinese company that intends to revive the name.
De Tomaso Deauville: Geneva 2011
- Noah Joseph
- Nov 11, 2013
Italy has had more than its fair share of old auto marques revived in recent years. Fiat brought back the Abarth marque not long ago, Bugatti restarted in Modena before returning across the border to Molsheim, Carrozzeria Touring got back into the business after decades lying dormant, Zagato revived the Diatto name for a small run of sportscars, and the students at the IED in Turin plucked the Cisitalia name out of the dustbin of history for a concept car last year. But two of the most recent It
- George Kennedy
- Sep 16, 2012
De Tomaso has had a rough go of it in the last year, between struggling to bring a car to market, going under, and then having its chairman arrested for shady financial activity.
- Noah Joseph
- Dec 30, 2011
We all got a little excited when news emerged that De Tomaso was being reborn. After all, what could it hurt to have another storied Italian exotic automaker in the world, right? But then came the Deauville.
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