The DEUS Vayanne is a 2,200bhp, 248mph electric hypercar from Austria
Fancy a 0-62mph time of less than 2.0 seconds? The Vayanne will tear your face off
Remember a couple of weeks ago when we brought you news of an upcoming electric hypercar called the DEUS Vayanne (day-oos vy-ahn, apparently)? Well, the pictures above show what it could look like when first deliveries begin in 2025. Oh, and we now know that it’ll have more than 2,200bhp. Sorry what?
Yep, the Austrian firm has said that – along with its partners Italdesign and Williams Advanced Engineering – it wants to be the first EV hypercar builder to cross the 2,200bhp mark. It’ll also get 1,475lb ft of torque and a top speed of over 248bhp. DEUS also claims 0-62mph in “under 1.99 seconds”.
Somehow though, it also says that the Vayanne will have a “comfortable and luxurious ride” and that it’ll feature “maximum daily usability in the hypercar class”.
Production will be limited to just 99 units, and we reckon it’s actually quite a looker with those infinity loops front and rear. Some work might be needed on those panel gaps, though.
Plus, we have to admit that from the teaser image you see below, we hoped there would be a big old racing stripe down the middle. Still reckon it’d look great with one, actually. There’s our tip if you’re ready to spec one…
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