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Longchamp Coupé

The De Tomaso Longchamp is an automobile which was produced by the Italian automaker De Tomaso from 1972 to 1989. The Longchamp was developed from the De Tomaso Deauville four-door sedan, using a shorter wheelbase chassis with the same suspension, engine and transmission. The two models were the only front-engined production cars produced by De Tomaso.

The Longchamp was first exhibited at the 1972 Turin Motor Show and was initially offered only as a two-door 2+2 coupé. It was designed by Tom Tjaarda of Ghia and was influenced by his previous Lancia Marica prototype. The Production of the Series 1 began in 1973. For 1980 the modernized series 2 was introduced, with slight modifications occurring later as well. A Longchamp GTS variant was introduced at the 1980 Turin Motor Show, featuring wider wheels and flared wheel arches and minor suspension setting differences to better utilize the wider Campagnolo wheels with Pirelli P7 tyres.

A Longchamp cabriolet variant ("Spyder") also appeared at the 1980 Turin Motor Show. It was made by Carrozerria Pavesi of Milan, and a small number of Spyders were built to GTS specifications. A total of 409 Longchamps were built (395 coupés and 14 spyders) between 1972 and 1989.

Wertentwicklung von 2008 - 2014:

Wertentwicklung mit Potential Modell mit Potential: 16%
Daten & Fakten
Produktionszeitraum:
1972- 1989
Karosserietyp:
Coupé, Cabriolet
Motor:
5,8 Liter, V8
Stückzahl:
395 coupés / 14 spyder
 
 

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