Jannarelly Floats The Idea Of An Electric Design-X1 Roadster

With 2017 now drawn to a close, automakers around the world, big and small, are looking towards the new year ahead. That includes Jannarelly, which is floating the idea of an electric version of its Design-1 roadster.

The Jannarelly Design-1 is the work of the same Anthony Jannarelly who designed the Lykan Hypersport and Fenyr Supersport for W Motors (among other projects).

The minimalist sports car draws inspiration from classic roadsters, powered by a 3.5-liter V6 mated to a six-speed manual transmission. The project dubbed the Design-X1, however, would do away with the internal-combustion engine in favor of an electric powertrain of undisclosed specifications.

The version pictured – in a neon tint akin to the new Aston Martin Vantage’s with a red grille frame and grey stripes – also features a single-seat cockpit, with the rest of the cabin covered by more bodywork.

At this point, Jannarelly and company are gauging public opinion to see whether they should proceed with developing the electric track machine. So tell us, what do you think?

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