Deauville is De Tomaso’s 4-door model, designed to compete in the market with other luxury sedan brands.
The De Tomaso Deauville was launched at the 1970 Turin Motor Show and went on sale in 1971. Its body was designed by Ghia designer Tom Tjaarda, but it was assembled at the De Tomaso factory in Modena. A total of 244 units were produced between 1971 and 1985.
It shared the chassis with the third generation Maserati Quattroporte (1979-1990) with a wheelbase of 2770 mm. The main design feature was the rear drive axle with independent double shock absorber suspension and ventilated disc brakes close to the differential.
De Tomaso Deauville specs:
- top speed – 242 km/h
- acceleration to 100 km/h – 6.7 s
- horsepower – 335 hp
- power density – 179 hp/t
- engine volume – 5766 cm³
- vehicle weight – 1870 kg
De Tomaso Deauville engine:
Under the bonnet, the Deauville had the same engine as the De Tomaso Pantera – a 5.8 litre Ford Cleveland V8 351 with 335 bhp.
De Tomaso Deauville 0 – 100 (De Tomaso Deauville 0 – 60):
Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h takes 6.7 seconds.
De Tomaso Deauville top speed:
The top speed reaches 242 kilometres per hour.
De Tomaso Deauville interior:
De Tomaso Deauville price (De Tomaso Deauville for sale):
The car is available from $270000.