Gray Design’s Zeus Twelve makes luxury vehicles for the ultra-wealthy
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. At Gray, they design relationships that endure the test of time. That’s because they see the value in going above and beyond on every project, in every phase, to bring their client’s visions to life. The team of exceptionally dedicated overachievers at Gray offer the architectural expertise to design projects ranging from the simplest to the most complex, plus the creativity to bring them to life.
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.
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).