De Tomaso Guarà Coupe 2004 Flexural Backbone Design

De Tomaso Guarà Coupe 2004 Flexural Backbone Design – De Tomaso Guarà Coupe looks foreign with sport style. By sharing a race car chassis with a known backbone style like in the first sports car produced by marque in the 1960s. De Tomaso Guarà Coupe is a sophisticated car as the last car before DeTomaso went bankrupt in 2005. This De Tomaso Guarà Coupe backbone flexes, but by using a honeycomb structure, the ‘second generation’ backbone is much more rigid. Originally designed for racing, the Guarà chassis and sophisticated double wishbone suspension. For road car use, the suspension is enhanced with anti-skid / anti-squad geometry. The BMW V8 engine with an all-alloy engine is just as sophisticated as it races to the chassis. The first non-Ford engine in the annual DeTomaso, produces between 286 to 304 bhp depending on harmonious conditions. De Tomaso Guarà Coupe is produced in the last row, the original Barchetta joins a more practical Coupe model. In 1998 an expensive BMW engine and a Getrag gearbox. Replacing the engine becomes a much cheaper Ford V8 combined with a manual ZF 6-speed. Powerplant Ford also displays four heads per cylinder and produces similar performance figures. So that the 2004 De Tomaso Guarà Coupe has a weight from 1200 to 1400 kg. A few years later a supercharged version with 400 bhp was presented, but it never entered production. De Tomaso Guarà Coupe ……

De Tomaso Bigua 1999 Unique Sport Design

De Tomaso Bigua 1999 Unique Sport Design – De Tomaso Bigua 1999 was introduced at the motorbike exhibition in Geneva 1996. De Tomaso launched Bigua 1999 before the company stopped production. However, De Tomaso Bigua 1999 did not have the name De Tomaso during its production. Most people know that this car is “Qvale Mangusta” De Tomaso Bigua 1999 has a composite body and a checkered steel chassis. Bigua 1999 used a suspension of double wishbones around him. Following the tradition of De Tomaso, he used a Ford V8 engine and transmission. Stock V8 inherently meets Federal emission standards. De Tomaso Bigua 1999 also engineered a car to comply with Federal security laws. The exterior design is the shape of the rear wheel angle, which is Gandini’s signature. However, this is not the best design from Gandini, because the profile looks too fat and the hood looks too high. Front lights, grille and front bumper also look unique. Bigua 1999 has features that are quite unique. A flexible roof panel can be fully folded and even hidden. So that the car can be a brilliant Coupe. The rear window and B-pillar activate it electrically. But the roof requires 100% manual operation. De Tomaso Bigua 1999 has a 2670mm wheelbase, this includes the longest 2-seat. So this can allow the large V8 engine to be positioned behind the front axle. So as to produce a perfect ……

De Tomaso Guarà Spyder 1999 Spectacular Racing Design

De Tomaso Guarà Spyder 1999 Spectacular Racing Design – De Tomaso Guarà Spyder 1999 with a chassis based on the Maserati Barchetta from 1991. Besides that the famous Formula 1 car engineers Enrique Scalabroni designed the suspension section. De Tomaso Guarà Spyder 1999 with exotic designs. In addition to the design of racing cars that have strong acceleration and performance, and thrill the road. The enchanting De Tomaso Guarà Spyder 1999 is the most spectacular production of De Tomaso history. The initial production of the De Tomaso Guarà Spyder uses a BMW M60B40 4.0-liter V-8 engine. The BMW M60B40 V-8 is capable of producing 282 bhp. Modified engines at the plant in Modena, modifications to different timing belts and new transmissions. The BMW engine was used between 1993 and 1998. And dreaming of the De Tomaso Guarà Spyder 1999 as desired finally turned to the Ford/Visteon V-8 engine until the end of production in 2004. De Tomaso Guarà Spyder 1999