The De Tomaso Longchamp was a grand tourer produced in the years 1972-1989. It was first exhibited at the Turin Motor Show. Sold as a 2-door coupe and convertible, it was rear-wheel drive and only 409 were produced in total. The Longchamp was derived from the four-door De Tomaso Deauville limousine. The same platform was the basis for the Maserati Kyalami and the Maserati Quattroporte III sedan, as Maserati was owned by De Tomaso at the time. The Deauville and Longchamp were the only production cars with the front-mounted engine produced by De Tomaso. The Longchamp was powered by a 5.8-litre V8 engine producing 330 hp (246 kW), which was mated to a 3-speed aic or 5-speed manual transmission. The engine enabled the car to reach a speed of 240 km/h.