CALLUM SKYE to make debut at Concours on Savile Row

The CALLUM SKYE, the first own-brand vehicle fully developed in-house by the British design and engineering business CALLUM, will be seen in public for the first time at Concours on Savile Row, London on May 22-23, 2024.

The pioneering, high-performance, all-wheel-drive, multi-terrain electric vehicle was announced in November 2023 to global critical acclaim. The first running prototype will be displayed outside Edward Sexton’s store throughout the free-to-attend Concours on Savile Row, which celebrates the long history shared by car manufacturers and tailors.

Engineered to offer an exhilarating and rewarding driving experience both on- and off-road, the SKYE has been crafted to ensure the utmost capability, refinement and beauty for discerning adventurers. As an all-electric vehicle, it’s powered by a 42kWh battery with an anticipated range of 170 miles, with the option to specify an ultra-fast-charging battery for a full charge in less than ten minutes. Measuring 4047mm in length and 1900mm in width, and weighing a mere 1150kg, the SKYE boasts sports car performance, with 0-60mph achieved in less than four seconds.

“The CALLUM SKYE is bold, beautifully engineered and crafted with refinement and craftsmanship. The same can be said for the world-leading bespoke tailoring that exists on Savile Row. We can’t wait to see and hear the reactions of event visitors who will be the first to see the SKYE in person,” says CALLUM managing director David Fairbairn. “Compact, capable and extremely beautiful… we’re confident that this representation of the SKYE exterior will turn heads, as we invite those interested in commissioning a CALLUM SKYE to reserve their build slot.”

Interior intention revealed
Ahead of the debut, CALLUM has shared renderings of the design intention for the SKYE’s interior. The refined 2+2 enclosed cabin sets it apart in its category. A sleek, pillar-like centre console bridge featuring tactile, rotary touchscreen dials makes it easy to control the HVAC and other key features. The dashboard was designed with restraint and a focus on functionality. Its central touchscreen is set to feature Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Up front are two cossetting sports seats. In the rear is a bench seat suitable for children: versatile and flexible, it can be removed to create a configurable load space. With access via a hinged tailgate, the storage area is large enough to transport luggage for long weekends away, as well as equipment for a variety of sports, lifestyle and outdoor pursuits.

“In order to maximise the room, it’s essential to keep the interior forms simple,” explains CALLUM design director Ian Callum. “The interior design intention is incredibly disciplined; we’ve edited our vision to include only necessary elements, giving the driver and passengers everything they need while avoiding wasted space. The SKYE uses clean yet sophisticated geometric shapes that complement the beautiful forms showcased on the exterior. With the elegant simplicity of the interior, we retain the honesty of the SKYE being a capable and durable lifestyle vehicle, while offering a refined cabin experience.”

“Our intention is to put the CALLUM SKYE into exclusive low-volume production,” says CALLUM engineering director Adam Donfrancesco. “Visitors to Concours on Savile Row will see our prototype developments, and we’re delighted with the progress so far. It is, of course, an incredible undertaking to design, develop and produce your own vehicle from the ground up, but the CALLUM business – which will turn five years old in June – and its passionate team are well equipped for the challenge.”

Orders now open
Enthusiasts seeking this unique vehicle can express their interest and reserve a CALLUM SKYE, as order books are now open, with prices starting at £80k-£110k.

Rugged yet refined, striking yet beautiful, the CALLUM SKYE will be available in a number of variants, including on- and off-road-focused models. Details and specification of different derivatives will be confirmed during 2024.

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During Concours on Savile Row, CALLUM design director Ian Callum will take to the main stage at 2pm on Thursday May 23 to discuss the CALLUM SKYE.