Everybody probably never heard of Anthony Jannarelly, but he's very popular when it comes to his works. His company, Jannarelly Automotive, a UAE-based automaker who revealed its retro-style Design-1 roadster prototype in Dubai. He was also the one who design the famous and the world's most expensive car, the Lykan Hypersport.
Jannarelly outlined its roadster with no such conclusion or even a lot of a windshield to talk about, yet customers have apparently asked for one. Furthermore, the response that Anthony Jannarelly concocted is somewhat innovative. Jannarelly Automotive is currently showcasing a surprising way to deal with its Design-1 roadster. The solution evidently includes a secure rooftop structure that, instead of folding in reverse as most do, is pivoted forward, not similar to the canopy seen on many military airplanes.
The car's doors will operate automatically of the side windows, which turns up with the rest of the roof structure. So getting in and out for either driver or passenger will apparently require opening the whole thing. That won't be so much of fun in the rain, but the car envisioned was more of a plaything than a day by day driver.
Also, the car highlights a tubular steel chassis with aluminum structural elements and a body that consists of a mix of fiberglass and carbon fiber. Powered by a 3.5-liter V-6 borrowed from Nissan that lies behind the two-seater cockpit.
Furthermore, the standard output of the car is 300 horsepower, but the French designer said that he is open to installing performance upgrades depending on the client's preference. The car's performance will depend on parts used, but the car's standard setup can go from 0-60 mph acceleration in just 4 seconds and a top speed of 135 mph.
Jannarelly first introduced some renderings of the Design-1 roadster late 2015. The vehicle has since made its world debut with its official launch held at the Dubai classic car dealer, Tomini Classics.