Pantera rocks again?


These computer generated images of a spiritual successor to the De Tomaso Pantera supercar are the work of German designer Stefan Schulze.

The Italian-bodied and Ford V8-powered Pantera lived from 1971 right until the late 1990s, growing ever more outlandish spoilers and bodywork in traditional supercar fashion.


For his interpretation, Schulze has used the Lamborghini Gallardo as a base, and returned to the clean lines of the original in much the same manner as Luc Donckerwolke adopted with his superb Audi-era Lamborghini designs.

With a rumoured De Tomaso revival in the pipeline, this might not be the last we see of a reborn Pantera…


Source: Autoblog Argentina

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  • Luca1973 26 Jul 2007

    lick

    Shame they couldn't spell the name right though wink

  • Top Trump 26 Jul 2007

    Hubba hubba lick




  • scotty_917 26 Jul 2007

    Looks great....though why is every designer...and their dog...trying to 're-hash' old classic designs? frown

    ....seems to have gone the way of the record industry...forever sampling old tunes...not too much that's original these days! coffee

  • Podie 26 Jul 2007

    scotty_917 said:
    ....seems to have gone the way of the record industry...forever sampling old tunes...not too much that's original these days! coffee
    Funny how Ford were the first to do it with their "Living Legends"... the motor industry accuses them of having no new ideas... them promptly follows suit... rolleyes

  • loboil 26 Jul 2007

    prolly because they (rehashes) sell by the bucket load.

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