De Tomaso revealed its P72 at the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed. The company was revived just in time for its 60th anniversary, and the P72 is a car worthy of the company’s name and reputation. We knew the company was coming with something, but this is on a whole other level. The vehicle is said to be a modern-day classic by De Tomaso. It definitely takes cues from the company’s history books and past iconic supercars in general.
The vehicle’s name pays homage to the P70, which was a joint effort between founder Alejandro De Tomaso and Carroll Shelby that never went into production. The powertrain specifications for the P72 have not been fully disclosed, but it will offer the choice of either a V8 or V12 engine, with the latter likely being the same one found in the Apollo IE. The P72 will have a production run of only 72 units.