The stylish and the extremely compact Jannarelly Design-1 is going to officially hit dealership stores in the United States.
The car has a price tag of $84,000 and will finally give buyers who are interested in going for this retro model a chance.
While the Design-1 is such a unique car which boasts of a lot of retro design, it still is contemporary in some ways. The car is designed by Anthony Jannarelly who is the man behind some of iconic cars including Lykan Hypersport and the Fenyr Supersport. The upcoming model was showcased about a year ago as a concept car. Ever since its official reveal, the car has caught the attention of many big celebrities. It has received multiple pre-orders from people in Europe, Russia and the Middle East.
The company in their press release said that they are really glad to bring the Design-1 to audience in the United States. They have partnered with VanDouble Enterprises LLC who will be in charge of the import registration, licensing and other formalities to be done to bring the car into the American region. The importer also confirmed that they will ensure the vehicle is properly licensed to be driven across any part of the country without legal issues.
Originally, the pricing of the Design-1 by Jannarelly was supposed to be $55,000. The pricing is quite affordable for most buyers who opt for premium vehicles. However, with import taxes, licensing fee and other costs added to the base price of the model, the car will sell for a massive $84,000. The cost might surprise a lot of buyers who were keen on getting the car but when they go for such unique limited edition cars, it is mandatory to bear the price tag.
The two-seat roadster is a custom vehicle which is built to order and comprises of aluminum chassis, tubular steel along with carbon fiber body. The overall weight of the car is significantly reduced because of the fiber components yet it is sturdy on its own. Under the hood, it is powered by a 3.5-liter V6 engine which delivers over 300 horsepower and can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just 4 seconds.
There are some pictures that should give you a good idea of how the car looks and a teaser video that highlights some of its kickass features before you decide to shell out $84k on this custom model.