Ares says that it received its inspiration for the build thanks to the 1970 De Tomaso Pantera, a car built in the very same town where Ares recently opened its newest facility, Modena, Italy. Of course, the town itself is known for its luxurious automotive offerings, being home to both Ferrari and Maserati.
But Ares chose a different manufacturer to use as its jumping off point. The Panther began life as the carbon and aluminum chassis made popular by the Lamborghini Huracan, even going as far to use the same V-10 engine, albeit modified to increase its displacement from 5.2 liters up to 5.6. The Lambo engine receives a power boost from 610 to 650 horsepower; however, torque remains the same as its long lost brother at 413 pound-feet of torque. Ares has also hinted at the possibility of another power boost, meaning these numbers may not be final.
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