Deus Automobiles Debuts the 2,200HP Vayanne Hypercar

The future of the hypercar seems destined to be electric, and after the appearance in recent months of such cars as the Pinifarina Battista, the Lotus Evija, and the Rimac Nevera, here is another claimant to the throne of most potent battery-powered beauty.

It is called the Vayanne, and is a production-oriented concept courtesy of DEUS Automobiles, a new Austrian auto start-up.

Designed and built in partnership with famed companies Italdesign and Williams Advanced Engineering, the DEUS Vayanne has some serious credentials and, not surprisingly in this new electrified era, it comes in with some jaw-dropping power and performance numbers.

DEUS claims the Vayanne delivers 2,200hp (1,640kW) and over 2,000Nm, can reach 100km/h in 1.99 seconds, and blast to a top speed over 400km/h. Incredible!

The design of the DEUS is indicative of the power – it’s low, wide, sleek and clearly a hypercar – with an interesting back-end design made to represent an ‘infinity loop’ that has an uninterrupted taillight strip.

The sexy exterior is matched by a top-notch luxury interior, with the Vayanne offering a fully digital instrument cluster and control display while also ‘embracing the ergonomic positioning of physical controls that are easy to use and let the driver focus on the most important thing – driving.’

Natural leather has been selected for the upholstery and produced combining sustainable, technologically advanced solutions throughout the production process, with strong commitment to zero waste for a circular economy model.

The word is that a production version of the Vayanne will be built, with a limited series run of 99 cars penciled in for delivery in 2025.

Source: Motor Trader e-Magazine (May 2022) 

27 May 2022

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