Williams Advanced Engineering and Italdesign are on-board, and deliveries are planned for 2025.
For every supercar you can buy, there appear to be three more in development by entrepreneurs with high-powered ambitions. Such vehicles are frequently based solely on concepts and computer-generated images, although the Deus Vayanne does exist in the actual world. Furthermore, this newcomer has the backing of several well-known businesses, so perhaps it will succeed where so many others have failed.
The Vayanne is a new all-electric hypercar by Deus Automobiles, based in Austria, and make no mistake, this is a brand-new firm. It was founded in 2020 with the intention of producing niche electric hypercars, and the carmaker claims that just 99 units will be produced. It’s clearly unique, and with more than 2,200 horsepower (1,641 kilowatts), it’s definitely hypercar territory. Furthermore, its general shape – described by Deus as a “design language of symmetry and infinity” – is unmistakably foreign.
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The car’s coverings were removed at the 2022 New York Auto Show, proving that it isn’t just a stunning rendering. We see a fully functional vehicle with a stylish interior that takes on the same organic flavour as the outside. The infinity symbol appears throughout the Vayanne’s design, most notably in the shape of the front air intake and taillight design, but also in the shape of the dash. The two-seater has a digital instrument cluster, a small touchscreen in the centre, and a bank of switches about which we know nothing. However, it appears to be cool, so we approve.
Being an electric hypercar with 2,200 hp, you probably want to know more about the powertrain. Alas, here’s where reality starts to waver just a bit because Deus doesn’t have any details just yet. For that matter, the power output is predicted to be over 2,200 hp, and as such, its 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) sprint of 1.99 seconds and 400 km/h (248 mph) top speed claims are also predicted. Oh, dear.
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We’ve heard such claims from startups many times, but the good news here is Deus isn’t in this alone. Italdesign and Williams Advanced Engineering are involved as partners, and those entities decidedly aren’t startups. For those wondering, yes, Williams is connected to that Williams in Formula 1, and the company has quite a bit of experience in the motorsport world including electric performance. So while we don’t have specifics regarding the source of that 2,220 hp, there’s real hope that it’s coming soon.
If all goes according to plan, Deus will begin deliveries of its 99 Vayannes in 2025.
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Gallery: Deus Vayanne Electric Supercar
Source: Deus Automobiles