Devaux Coupe is an Australian car manufacturer based in Beaconsfield in the state of Victoria. The company was founded by industrial designer David J. Clash. Clash chose the company name Devaux after the maiden name of his mother. The company is unrelated to the vehicles of the American De Vaux from the 1930s.

With the work on the first and so far only vehicle model, the Devaux Coupé, Clash already began in the late 1980s initially in a backyard workshop. With the increasing success of his design company, work on the vehicle also continued. In the early 2000s, the first prototype was completed, production started in 2001.

Devaux Coupe is a car introduced by Devaux Cars Pty Ltd in 2001. Devaux Coupe was developed by David J. Clash (Engl. By David J Clash) in Australia. Equipped with a 4-liter Ford V6 engine and a 3.4-liter Jaguar V6. Car prices start at $168,000 AUS.

The car is not affiliated with DeVaux - the American automaker of the 1930s.

The only model is based on the design of those of the French coach builders of the 1930s. It is powered by a 4.0 liter V-6 engine of Ford or optionally by a 3.4 liter V-6 engine of Jaguar. With a purchase price of AU $168,000, the Devaux Coupé belongs to the automotive luxury class. The vehicle is currently produced only as right-hand drive and not officially offered in the EU. The seventh built vehicle was nevertheless imported to Germany and delivered in Hamburg.

Dev POS is a sports car configuration coupe, 2 seats, 2 doors, which are produced by cars, "Devaux Cars Pty Ltd" The Australian from 2001 to the present. The Debo Coupe is defined as a "retro car".

Clash began working on the first and only vehicle model to date, the Devaux Coupé, in the late 1980s - initially in a backyard workshop. With the increasing success of his design company, work on the vehicle continued. The first prototype was completed in the early 2000s and production started in 2001.

Model

The only model is based on the design of the French body builder of the 1930s. It is powered by a 4.0-liter V6 engine from Ford or optionally by a 3.4-liter V6 engine from Jaguar. With a purchase price of AU $168,000, the Devaux Coupé belongs to the luxury car class.

The vehicle has so far only been produced as a right-hand drive vehicle and is not officially offered in the EU. The seventh vehicle built was nevertheless imported to Germany and delivered in Hamburg.

Debo Coupe

  • The "Debo Coupe" model is named after the maiden name (French name) of Australian model designer David J Clash.
  • Coupe production model H dbo based on the production of luxury cars, French configuration Coupe, from the thirties of the twentieth century.
  • The Debo Coupe model is manufactured at a rate of 4 units per year.
  • A frame that separates the front window into 2 separate and symmetrical windows.
  • The price of the "Devo Spider" (Cabriolet) model at launch was $195,000.

"Debo Coupe" Configurations

  • Spider (Cabriolet)
  • Cash register

Debo Coupe Engines

  • 6 -cylinder, 3,400 cc, 230 kW (Jaguar type "XR6 straight 6")
  • V8 engine cylinder, 5700 cc, the producer of 361 kW (engine General Motors (LS based GM small-block engine) type LS1)

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