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It's official: Reborn De Tomaso debuts July 4 at the Goodwood Festival of Speed

60th Anniversary concept called 'Project P,' we expect that to mean 'Pantera'

60th Anniversary concept called 'Project P,' we expect that to mean 'Pantera.'

De Tomaso Pantera to be reborn? Prototype prowled the streets of Geneva

De Tomaso parent company drives a camo'd car with a familiar shape

De Tomaso parent company drives a camo'd car with a familiar shape.

Apollo Intensa Emozione is a 9,000 rpm middle finger to the turbo-hybrid establishment

Revs and light weight are the keys to this car's performance

It's almost a race car.

Apollo Arrow to source carbon-fiber chassis from Glickenhaus

Don't call it a Gumpert.

Remember the Apollo Arrow from the Geneva Motor show? It's getting some chassis help from Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus.

Apollo Arrow rises from Gumpert ashes with 1,000 hp

What was once known as the Gumpert Apollo has resurfaced at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show in the form of the Apollo Arrow with sleeker styling and even more power.

Gumpert gets new investment, tells of new models on the way this year

German supercar maker Gumpert didn't bring any new models to the Geneva show this year – just a couple of current-generation Apollos, seen above – but it did come bearing some interesting news about prospective vehicles. In a brief press release that mentions new investment in the company, Gumpert's managing director says, "Our distribution and dealer networks are being expan

Raleigh, NC becomes first US city to adopt wireless EV charging project

North Carolina's Research Triangle may be one of the most "wired" places in the US when it comes to technological advancements, but why stop there? To take the lead in electric-drive vehicle adoption, go wireless.

Gumpert: Insolvency's going great, wish you were here!

At the end of August, the maker of the Apollo, German carmaker Gumpert, declared insolvency after an unsuccessful campaign into the Chinese market. It joined Artega and Melkus at the courthouse, the trio of boutique makers succumbing to violent economic waters that are troubling even the biggest fish.

Gumpert rescued by new investor

With zombies all the rage and Halloween right around the corner, it should be fitting that one of the most ghoulish-looking supercars on the planet has risen from its grave, mere months after it was declared dead. Gumpert, the maker of the absurd Apollo hypercar, could very well be rescued by a new investor. It was only August when we reported on George Kennedy

Gumpert declares itself provisionally insolvent

Once asked by Adam Carolla what this blogger's two favorite cars were, I replied the Lamborghini Murcielago and the Gumpert Apollo. Proving that this August is the cruelest month as far as niche German carmakers are concerned, the latter company, Gumpert, just filed paperwork to begin provisional insolvency proceedings in Alten

Gumpert gears up for the race with Apollo R and Enraged

It doesn't get much more hard-core than the Gumpert Apollo. The German supercar is about as close as it gets to a race car for the road. But an outfit like Gumpert isn't about to sit around and let its product speak for itself. You can count on it taking the extreme to an even further extreme, and that's exactly what it's done here at the Genev

Gumpert shows second Geneva teaser, will debut two new Apollo models

The Geneva Motor Show sets itself apart from the other international auto shows with a gathering of Europe's smaller boutique manufacturers and tuners. One of those is Gumpert, the German builder of supercars that have impressive performance and a polarizing appearance. Gumpert has had a strong showing at Geneva the last couple years, debuting the Drew Phillips

Geneva 2010: Gumpert Apollo S now with 750 horsepower

Gumpert Apollo S - Click above for high-res image gallery

Revised Gumpert Apollo coming to Geneva Motor Show

Gumpert Apollo – Click above for high-res image gallery

Spy Shots: Gumpert Apollo Speed caught circling the 'Ring?

It may not be pretty – eye of the beholder and all that – but the Gumpert Apollo is one serious ride. But as hardcore as the Apollo is, the eponymous former Audi Sport director behind the niche German automaker apparently wasn't satisfied leaving fast enough alone, so the company unveiled the Apollo Speed at this year's Geneva auto show. But that was just about the last we h

Che bella! 21st Annual Concorso Italiano

Still plenty of memories to share with all of you from last week's automotive orgy in Monterey and Pebble Beach. Today's coverage is from the Concorso Italiano. Originally held at Quail Lodge Resort and Golf Club as a Maserati Club International meet in 1981, the Concorso Italiano has grown to become one of the largest annual gatherings of all things Italian. "A celebration of Italian style," it covers Italian music, cuisine, fashion and tourism, as well as those exquisite cars we all love for t