The Devon Motor Works GTX supercar will not go into production, autocar.co.uk has learned.
The GTX was due to go on sale this month priced at around half a million dollars, with the project funded by businessman Scott Devon. However, those plans have now been canned.
"The Viper platform being discontinued and the inability to amortize tooling costs are the key reasons," said Devon. "But we have two beautiful prototypes and might still race the Laguna Seca car with Justin Bell in GT2.
"However, our Devon brand plans have expanded to include jeans, leather jackets, watches, scents, and eyewear. Our Beverly Hills flagship store will open this April. We also have a line of motorcycles being made by legendary builder Shinya Kimura. And the black and chrome GTX will be in the store as a display piece of automotive art.
"I wish we could have gone into production but have no regrets and feel we achieved a significant contribution in auto design along with the Leguna Seca record."