Jannarelly Design-1-04

Aside from the Lykan HyperSport, it seems W Motors Supercars designer, Anthony Jannarelly is working two jobs (#2kerja). Together with Frederic Julliot owner of Equation Composite, a company that specialises in carbon-fibre parts, the duo has come up with a new car brand and a track-ready sports car named Jannarelly Design-1.

The car is inspired by the motoring era of the 60’s as well as the “universe” of Petrolicious, Jay Leno’s garage and Magnus Walker, according to the brand. It further states that the purpose of the two-seater is to allow “great freedom in self-customisation and pure performance.”

“You can play with body parts, add a windscreen, change the back side, add a hardtop and aerodynamic elements,” Julliot explains. A look at its website notes that the technical specifications can be altered too. Being a car that’s centred upon the design of classic cars of both the 50’s and 60’s, it features a keen mash-up of vintage lines, simple mechanics and modern materials.

Powering the rear-wheel drive Jannerelly Design-1 will be a mid-rear V6 DOHC 24-valve engine. The chassis will consist of a steel tubular frame and structural aluminium panels, while the body will mostly be constructed out of fibreglass and carbon-fibre. In addition to that, it will have “state-of-the-art” components as well.

The first prototype will carry with it “modern reliability” and comply with regulations. It will be ready by early February in Dubai, where Jannarelly and Julliot are currently situated at. The Frenchmen however, will be looking to distribute the final product in Europe and the United States.