it is safe to say the Rimac Nevera will not be the only EV hypercar to be on the market in the near future, while the Nevera is going into production in the imminent future, we get another all-electric hypercar that wants to attract customers with a projected production start in 2025, which happens to be the same period Lamborghini is planning to unveil their EV GT model, but back to this white lady from Austria, made by DEUS Automobiles, the Vayanne will make her world debut at the New York International Auto Show.
DEUS is the first in the automotive industry to implement the Halo Infinity mirror throughout a vehicle’s interior. This innovative design feature as applied in the DEUS Vayanne is vital to carrying over DEUS’ infinity theme from the production-oriented hypercar concept’s exterior to its interior. It embraces the whole interior from the doors throughout the dashboard and connotes the infinite feeling of DEUS. The effect changes in regard to the viewing angle, a trait incorporated to suggest that everyone’s view is unique.
The car shown at the New York International Auto Show is still only a rolling chassis, utilizing Williams Advanced Engineering’s expertise in electrification, Dyrr Ardash, head of strategic partnerships, Williams Advanced Engineering said, “Building on our existing and successful collaborative partnership with Italdesign, we are delighted to be part of the world premiere for the DEUS Vayanne, a hypercar that seeks to combine luxury with ultimate performance. Working as the Electrification and Technology Partner, we look forward to employing our expertise in electrification to support the program’s performance targets.”
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