An acclaimed Swedish design studio with a focus on creating luxurious uniqueness through beauty and visual extravagance, Gray Design, which has earlier amazed us with its super-yacht Sovereign, Dartz Prombron’ Nagel, and conceptualized luxury vehicles for the ultra-wealthy, has now announced the launch of its new automotive division. Dubbed as Zeus Twelve, it’s a fresh new brand that doesn’t bear the burden of supporting years of antiquated values which allows it the flexibility and space to create exciting new models. And, in an effort to present exciting yet timeless creations in limited volume that will come to be viewed as masterpieces with the passage of time, Zeus Twelve has released three built-to-order supercar designs for exclusive automotive collectors. And, for these exclusively designed supercars named Gold Rush, Magnate and Sigma; luxury is the new speed.
Designed to make the owner stand out even in the most vibrant crowd, Gold Rush is the car which comes heavily accentuated with gold and chrome components throughout the car as standard. Further, the supercar boasts gull wing doors and the golden exhaust pipes displayed on the hood add to its exotic impression, while the throaty sound of the V12 engine sets every sense alive.
Described to be an ultimate combination of luxury and speed, the Magnate supercar boasts powerful V8 engine, sumptuous and spacious leather seating. Designed for celebrity and music moguls who demand the very best of the best, Magnate is the definitive choice of conveyance for the ultra-rich music-celebs like Elton John,
Also, the buyers can customize the car with the options like bulletproofing and gull wing rear doors, to leave a personal style statement.
Specifically designed for the track, Sigma is a supercar built with extra emphasis on radical styling and comfort. Sigma’s body is crafted entirely from carbon fiber and its interior has been designed to incorporate lightweight materials in a luxurious driving environment. Further, the glass canopy allows great track visibility, and can also be removed to enjoy open-cockpit motoring.
Notably, the full lighting system allow for nighttime driving and chrome highlighting gives the car the detailing that a true supercar deserves.