The DEUS Vayanne is a new electric hypercar recently unveiled at the New York International Auto Show. This new speed machine results from a collaboration between Austrian company Williams Advanced Engineering and Italdesign. The Vayanne aims to make a name for itself with a 2,200-hp electric powertrain and a zero to 60 mph sprint in under two seconds. In addition to a top speed of over 248 mph. Mind-blowing performance in a car with 4.7-inches of ground clearance to drive over speed bumps.
This new car has the right look. The DEUS Vayanne is a two-door sports coupe with high rear haunches and aero-friendly design curves. Its front grille and rear taillight were intentionally shaped to represent an infinite loop symbolizing optimistic potential for the future of speed. Inside, the Vayanne is upholstered in sustainably produced leather material to promote a commitment to zero waste production. Interior features include a fully digital instrument panel and center-mounted screen. In addition, a touch of orange accent can be seen throughout the car’s interior cabin to separate its black and white color scheme. While DEUS plans on putting the Vayanne into production, it will be a limited run of 99 units. The company is currently accepting orders on a first-come, first-served basis. Those that put in an order for their 2,220-hp electric hypercar can expect delivery to begin in 2025.
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