Qvale Mangusta

The Qvale Mangusta is a sports car produced in limited numbers in Italy by the automaker Qvale between 2000 and 2002. During development and early production, it was badged as the De Tomaso Biguá in Europe, in North America it was badged De Tomaso Mangusta after the De Tomaso car built between 1967 and 1971.

The Mangusta uses a front mid-engine, rear-wheel drive layout, and is powered by a Ford 4.6L DOHC V8. It was offered with either a BorgWarner T45 5-speed manual gearbox or a 4-speed automatic.

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Qvale Mangusta - Options
... Silver-gray metallic Santorini blue pearlescent Polar green pearlescent Mangusta green metallic Corallo red pearlescent Tigre yellow Midnight black Available interior colors Black Tobacco Cappuccino ...
Qvale Mangusta - Connection With MG
... had sold the MG Rover Group to the Phoenix Consortium, Bruce Qvale contacted one of the Consortium directors, Nick Stephenson, and proposed forming a European distribution deal for the Qvale ... Soon after, Stephenson and his colleagues began to consider the possibility of using the Mangusta platform to develop a high-performance halo car to grow the MG brand. 28, 2001, Stephenson and his colleague Peter Beale began negotiations with Qvale Modena to purchase Mangusta production assets ...
Qvale Mangusta - Production and Launch
... The first De Tomaso Mangusta was completed on November 10, 1999 ... On January 6, 2000, at the Los Angeles Motor Show, Bruce Qvale announced the return of the De Tomaso brand to North America with the new Mangusta ... Also announced was the Mangusta's entry into racing, with Qvale Motorsports entering a car sponsored by Tommy Bahama into the BF Goodrich Tires Trans-Am Series ...
Qvale
... Qvale (/kəˈvɑːli/kə-VAHL-ee) was an independent Italian car manufacturer founded in 2000 by the American Kjell Qvale's son, Bruce Qvale ... Qvale's sole product was the Mangusta, originally the De Tomaso Biguà ... Kjell Qvale founded British Motors in 1947 in San Francisco, California and is very well known in the automotive community ...