Anthony Jannarelly penned an enticing form with Jannarelly Design 1. An open cockpit roadster which mixes modern elements with classic influences. Jannarelly Automotive will going to offer a hard roof and a full windshield made up of carbon in the future. The Jannarelly Design 1 focuses on the purist driving experience along with a small wind deflector that channel airflow over the occupants heads. According to the sources, Jannarelly is getting ready to offer an additional coverage as the retrofittable options. In order to make these changes and improvements it has delayed the deliveries and also increased the prices.
Still the details are in the works. But the buyers will be treated with an added chassis adjustment for track days, an upgrade interior and a redesigned front suspension with F1 style inboard shocks in return for the patience and added investment. Anthony Jannarelly, the designer is responsible for making the Jannarelly Design 1 and also Frederic Julliot, a composites manufacturer. Both are French born expatriates based in Dubai. Previously Jannarelly lent its talent to the design of Fenyr Supersport and Lykan Hypersport for W Motors and also for the Zarooq Sand Racer.
Jannarelly Automotive with its latest project goes after the likes of Donkervoort, Caterham, Lotus and Zenos with back to basics, affordable track toy and a lightweight. It has taken this motivation from the Nissan sourced V6 3.5 liter producing 304 HP. The aggressive original demanding price of $55,000 before the delivery or taxes. It is still being adjusted to reflect the new upgrades. Still, it ought to represent a more affordable proposition than 6 or 7 figure exotics.