It is impossible
to describe the Devaux in one word - but perhaps 'style'
Every viewing angle
gives you another perspective and stirs a new set of emotions.
Sleek beautiful lines, an aggressive sporty stance, the elegance
of a 1930s grand tourer - the Devaux has it all. From the front,
the amazingly long rakish bonnet and two large 'wing-pontoons'
dominate. An oval shaped grill and four external headlamps finish
perfectly and add to the sophisticated classical appearance.
The side view of the
Devaux is just as impressive, with its low profile, flowing roofline
and torpedo-like tail. The 'wing-pontoons' again play a prominent
role, while driver and passenger doors are neatly cut into the roofline
and feature side-sliding windows.
At the rear, the big
curvaceous tail incorporates a large fender that has been meticulously
sculptured into the expressive tear drop shape. A split rear window
and rear-opening hatch provides access to a compact luggage compartment
and spare wheel.
The Devaux Spyder on the other hand is exquisitely ballanced with
beautifully curved rear deck incorporating a small shield like trunk
The Devaux is designed
to ride on 16-inch wire wheels that enhance its classic sports pedigree.