There is a new brand in the world of luxury electric hypercars. Deus Automobiles is an Austrian startup so far unknown but presents a car with some heart-stopping features. An electric hypercar with 2,200 hp, a top speed of over 400 km/h, and acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 1.99 seconds.
The Deus Vayanne has been designed in collaboration with Italdesign and Williams Advanced Engineering, a spin-off of the Formula 1 team. As we saw with the Rimac Nevera, new manufacturers of electric hypercars are arriving who, despite their lack of experience, are surprising us with extraordinary models.
A newcomer that aims to reign among the electric hypercars
Presented at the International Auto Show in New York, the Deus Vayanne is a sports car that attracts attention mainly because of its power numbers. In addition to 2,200 hp, it will have a torque of 2,000 Nm.
The company also explains that it has been designed with practicality in mind. The Vayanne will have 12 centimeters of ground clearance to get over bumps and not leave the underbody like many ultra sports cars.
Both the front and rear grille have been designed as a sort of infinity symbol. In general, the car is full of curved geometric shapes.
The interior features natural leather. It is not vegan leather, but the manufacturer assures that 100% of the materials used are sustainable and it has been designed to be a zero-emission car.
For navigation, the Deus incorporates a Halo Infinity mirror. A HUD (Head-Up Display) projection that extends from the doors to the dashboard and whose effect changes with respect to the viewing angle. A configurable system has also been developed for the sound.
Aimed at 2025 and its price is unknown
Potential interested parties can already try to reserve the Deus Vayanne on its website. According to the manufacturer, the first deliveries are planned for 2025, although production will be limited to 99 units.
What is not known is the price of this hypercar. But we can already anticipate that it will not be cheap. Due to its technical characteristics and limited production, we could find a car with a cost similar to the Aspark Owl EV, whose price started at about €2.9 million.
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