De Tomaso

Founded in Modena in 1928 by Alejandro de Tomaso, an Argentinian, De Tomaso had its heyday in the 1960s and 1970s when it produced the Mangusta and Pantera models.

After purchasing it from Citroen in 1975, De Tomaso owned or controlled a majority stake in fellow Italian car maker Maserati until 1993 when it was sold to Fiat.

The company has since been in and out of bankruptcy.

Who is De Tomaso named after?

De Tomaso carries on the name of its founder, Alejandro de Tomaso.

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