Following the Vyanne’s display at Pebble Beach’s Concept Lawn and events during Monterey Car Week in the US, visitors to Salon Privé will experience the vehicle “designed to break the conventional hypercar mould”.
Now in its 17th year, Salon Privé is a “must-attend” event for car enthusiasts or aficionados, offering incredible line-ups that cover everything from classics to next-generation hypercars and EVs. The Salon Privé events are now recognised as some of the world’s most prestigious automotive occasions, with Blenheim Palace firmly established as the UK’s most exclusive automotive Garden Party.
The Vayanne has been designed, developed, and tested by Vienna-based DEUS Automobiles in conjunction with revered technical partners Italdesign and Williams Advanced Engineering, with both companies proudly supporting the Vayanne during the event.
“Salon Privé is a renowned worldwide display, an event that incorporates luxury, innovation, and design – three key elements that we have implemented in the design of Vayanne from start to finish,” said Adrian-Filip Butuca, head of design at DEUS Automobiles.
With only 99 specimens being produced, customers will need to be hasty if they wish to own the all-electric, twin-motor, four-wheel-drive, 2,200 bhp hypercar, according to the carmaker.
First deliveries are expected in 2024-25 and the company has confirmed its homologation plans incorporate the UK. Powered by Williams Advanced Engineering’s innovative electrification technologies, the car will be built at Italdesign’s facilities in Turin, Italy.
Speaking about the mega event, David Bagley, director of Salon Privé said, it will be “exciting to see this concept come to life following its extraordinary global tour so far, and I’m sure fans will come from far and wide to witness this ground-breaking electric hypercar”.
DEUS’ signature logo is a lightning bolt. This aligns with the company’s focus on 100% electric propulsion technology that will power the ultra-limited, high-performance hypercars the automaker will create.