The De Tomaso P72 has been unveiled at the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Although the new car has been named in honour of the 1965 P70 racing car, the P72 has a modern carbon-fibre chassis borrowed from the Apollo IE. Both Apollo and De Tomaso were brought together under common ownership in 2014.
The company says the P72's design "focuses on [bringing the] timeless beauty and timeless proportions of the ’60s Le Mans prototype vehicles into the modern era".
Inside the cabin, the P72 has polished copper trim elements, "classically-designed switchgear", analogue dials, and diamond pattern detailing to evoke the best of the 1960s and 1970s. There's more than just a hint of Spyker about the design, although Pagani was also clearly an influence.
Production of the P72 will be limited to 72 cars, and prices are expected to start from €750,000 ($1.2 million). De Tomaso has yet to provide any details about the car's drivetrain, except to say it will be offered with a manual transmission.
The company expects the production exterior and interior of the P72 to "remain largely the same" as the car shown at Goodwood. Details about the drivetrain and final design will be revealed as the car completes its homologation process.
Given the new De Tomaso is based on the Apollo IE, it's possible the P72 could use a version of the IE's 582kW/760Nm 6.3-litre naturally-aspirated V12 engine.
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