We are happy to announce our first of many collaborations with Vogue Auto Designs (VAD) in the UK with the launch of the Ferrari F458 [...]
With it’s razor sharp lines and curves, the Encizor gives a sense of dynamic performance, aggression and edginess. Even while it’s standing still, the car tempts the owner to dream of the open road, speed and the thrill of acceleration.
A hint of adventure
From a design standpoint, Gray Design have carefully captured the essence of a supercar and distilled it into its purest form. It’s arrogant appearance is a statement of savagery and sex appeal, juxtaposed by the flowing style that captivates the beholder and has become a hallmark of the designers work in both the field of supercar and superyacht design. The Encizor fangs hint at forbidding and daring allure, with just a touch of the mischievous. The face on the whole is downright naughty. The rear of the car carries on the same design language and ties together the whole car as a complete package, guaranteed to leave jaws dropped as it makes it’s way past slower moving traffic.
A luxurious lifestyle
On the interior one can find highlights of chrome and gold inserts, faceted into a sculpted central console, that appears to be carved from a single ingot of steel. The two-tone alcantara leather seats and elegantly layered instrument panels immerse the driver in a cockpit that is both refined and luxurious. While the 12 speaker Naim sound system ensures perfect music quality, bespoke wooden inlays give the tactile feeling of the finest craftmanship.
The Encizor is wrapped around a 7 litre, V8 powerplant, and it’s 720 horsepowers is a testament to it’s feral nautre. It’s aerodynamic design and perfect balance allow it to reach speeds in excess of 230 mph and complete a 0-60mph sprint in a mere 2.6 seconds. A daring look and clean appearance make the Encizor a car for the enthusiast that not only wants speed and adventure, but also lives on a diet of luxury. The Encizor is definitely a supercar with a bite.