De Tomaso Deauville Concept Debuts In Geneva [VIDEO]

De Tomaso Deauville Concept

De Tomaso Deauville ConceptThe new De Tomaso company, Chaired by Mr. Gianmario Rossignolo revealed first details of the new Pininfarina-designed concept before the Geneva debut, and at the time this large crossover was dubbed SLS (Sport Luxury Sedan).

With the world debut in Geneva, De Tomaso has revealed that the production version will be called Deauville.

The four-wheel-drive Deauville is set to go into production this year using two petrol engines, a 550bhp V8 and a 300bhp V6.

The plan is to build 3,000 Deauville’s a year. The model range will soon also include a saloon and sports coupe, that the company plans to build 3,000 and 2,000 units respectively.


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