Gray Design has launched the Zeus Twelve automotive division, with three built-to-order designs already available.


Those of you who have heard about Gray Design are probably associating this name with the Dartz Mo-Jo or the SC166 super-yacht. They made an announcement this week saying that they’ve launched a new automotive division by the name of Zeus Twelve. They already have three built-to-order designs in the form of the Gold Rush, Magnate and Sigma.

The Gold Rush doesn’t look bad at all but those gold accents ruin it for good. It features gullwing doors, while under the hood they imagine a V12 5.935-liter engine with 510 hp (380 kW / 517 PS) at 6,500 rpm that should allow for a top speed of 188 mph (302 km/h).

Moving on to the Magnate, Gray Design says that this is a pure supercar by combining luxury and speed. Bulletproofing is an optional feature for this model, along with the suicide/gullwing doors. This one is imagined with a V8 6.75-liter engine with 505 hp (377 kW / 512 PS) engine at 4,200 rpm, enough for a top speed of 184 mph (296 km/h).

As for the Sigma, this is envisioned as a supercar for the track that emphasizes on comfort and radical styling. Its body is built from carbon fiber while inside the cabin it has only lightweight materials. It is motivated by a 2.0-liter Caterham Duratec Straight 4 engine that pumps out 335 hp (250 kW / 339 PS) at 7,500 rpm, which should grant a top speed of 180 mph (290 km/h).


Gallery: Gray Design creates Zeus Twelve automotive division