In April, Deus, an electric vehicle startup, will unveil the Vayanne EV Supercar at the New York Auto Show.
Vayanne EV Supercar – Overview
In town, there’s a new electric startup. Yes, indeed, a new automaker appears virtually every week, flaunting fantasy renderings of elegant EVs and boasting supercar performance figures, only to fade into oblivion once the hoopla wears off and the funding runs out.
Here are the major highlights:
- Deus Automobiles, an Austrian electric startup, will debut its first car, the Vayanne supercar, at the New York auto show.
- Deus released dark teaser pictures of a low-slung automobile with mid-engine proportions.
- Italdesign and Williams Advanced Engineering will provide “technical support” for the Vayanne.
However, thanks to two experienced partners, Italdesign and Williams Advanced Engineering, the newest contender, Deus Automobiles, which will unveil its first car at the New York auto show next month, may have a better chance of succeeding.
According to the business, Deus Automobiles, based in Austria, has unveiled teaser photographs for its first vehicle, the Vayanne, which is named after Austria’s capital, Vienna.
The gloomy pictures don’t disclose much, but a low-slung mid-engine design, considerable intakes in the front bumper, and slim LED headlights are all visible.
The vertical headlights and the curve of the front end remind us of the Hennessey Venom F5, but we’ll have to wait for the full reveal to appraise Vayanne’s design.
The Company receives “technical backing” from Italdesign, the renowned design house founded by Giorgetto Giugiaro, and Williams Advanced Engineering, an offshoot of the Williams Formula 1 team that has produced batteries for Formula E and Extreme E.
The degree of these two legendary brands’ support is unknown, and Deus Automobiles might quickly turn out to be yet another electric pipe dream.
Still, Vayanne’s association with both design and engineering powerhouses has us enthusiastic for Vayanne’s unveiling at the New York auto show on April 13.