2011 Deauville, Mangusta Legacy, Panthera
Presented at the Geneva Motor Show, the 2011 Deauville design concept was introduced to as a five-door hatchback/crossover vehicle with all-wheel drive, to rival BMW and Mercedes-Benz. The Deauville remained a prototype, as the new company, De Tomaso Automobili SpA, unfortunately failed to get the necessary financial backing.
A modern version of the original De Tomaso Mangusta has been created by Maxime de Keiser, a digital artist and illustrator. Fascinated by this 1966 icon, Maxime decided to create a modern reinterpretation of the car, adapting its character to modern technologies and design trends.
The result is the Mangusta Legacy Concept, an extreme, low sports car which maintains the key design elements and character of the original.
The Panthera concept, designer Stefen Schulze's interpretation of the modern-day De Tomaso Pantera. This futuristic-looking design echos the Pantera's streamlined shape and has been rendered using the Lamborghini Gallardo as its structural base.