De Tomaso unveiled the P900 hypercar on Monday, additional accelerating the revival of the historic Italian efficiency marque.
It began in 2019 with the reveal of the P72 supercar, which is a showstopper powered by a Roush-tuned Ford V-8.
The trendy De Tomaso revealed a observe up within the type of the V-12-powered P900 hypercar. The design is clearly derived from the P72 however the brand new rear part includes a roof scoop, stabilizer fin, and large wing to create the aura of a race automobile, including to rumors De Tomaso is mulling an entry in top-level endurance racing with its personal LMH.
De Tomaso P900
The corporate stays tight with particulars however stated the P900 is aimed toward observe fanatics, in distinction to the P72 that was designed as a grand tourer. The corporate additionally stated the V-12 within the P900 is a novel design.
As for any racing potential, De Tomaso stated the mission’s goal is to focus on the usage of carbon-neutral artificial fuels that a lot of firms, together with oil giants like Aramco, are exploring. Potential sources for such fuels embrace biomass or newer carbon-capture know-how, like what Porsche is creating at its pilot plant in Punta Arenas, Chile. System 1 can also be dedicated to introducing artificial fuels by 2026.
De Tomaso is but to announce manufacturing particulars for the P900. The primary focus at current is the P72, due in 2023 and inbuilt a run of 72 automobiles at a plant collectively operated by De Tomaso and the German engineering firm Capricorn Group, and positioned on the Nürburgring. Capricorn, which additionally helped develop the carbon-fiber monocoque construction underpinning the P72, and presumably the P900, is identical firm that helped Porsche with its vastly profitable 919 Hybrid LMP1 race automobile.