2016 Jannarelly Design-1.
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The 304 HP V6 powered Jannarelly Design-1 is a lightweight, involving and rewarding to drive sports car a mix of vintage lines, simple mechanics and modern materials.
Anthony Jannarelly, designer of the W Motors Supercars and Frederic Juillot, owner of Equation Composite, a company specialized in carbon fiber parts, announced that they combined their skills and talent to create a new sports car called the Jannarelly Design1.
Both passionate and owners of a Caterham and a Donkervoort respectively, they show a great admiration for classic car design with timeless lines as well as the essence of the 60’s motoring era.
The new brand, centered on automotive emotions is all about self-expression and creativity. Its whole purpose is to allow a great freedom in self customization and pure performance.
The first model takes inspiration from the universe of Petrolicious, Jay Leno's garage and Magnus Walker.
The pair began with a straightforward concept: A really simple and mechanical car with state-of-the-art components, that can be customized until it reflects its owner, in a pure outlaw spirit similar to the projects created by Porsche fans. Speaking of which, Ferdinand Porsche’s famous
quote “I couldn’t find the sports car of my dreams so I built it myself” couldn’t be more apt for the duo.
A first series of 30 cars is expected to start delivering summer 2016.
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