Austrian automaker DEUS Automobiles GmbH, founded in 2020, today announced that it will offer a new vision of luxury, performance and exclusivity with its upcoming “hypercar” concept.
Details are limited, but the company says it is focusing on all-electric propulsion technology for its high-performance vehicle lineup. He also said he would receive technical support from Italdesign and Williams Advanced Engineering.
These companies announced in April that they would collaborate to introduce a new all-electric platform dubbed EVX. It has a composite structural battery with a capacity of 104 kWh, 120 kWh or even 160 kWh and the powertrain can deliver up to 1,341 hp (1,000 kW/1,360 hp). The wheelbase is capable of extending from 2,900 mm to 3,100 mm (114-122 inches).
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Williams Advanced Engineering currently supplies batteries for the entire Formula E grid and also supplies batteries for the ETCR and Extreme E racing championships. -series and limited production at its headquarters in Turin, Italy.
DEUS Automobiles claims to be part of a group of companies with over 30 years of success in industries ranging from publishing to packaging. It is, however, entering into a competitive field with Lucid, Raesr, Pininfarina, Rimac, Tesla and even GMC, all equipped with electric vehicles of more than 1,000 hp (745 kW/1014 hp).
This hypercar concept, however, will seek to differentiate itself from the rest when it debuts at the New York International Auto Show, which runs from April 15-24.