The Pikes Peak "Safety Car" Is a Jannarelly Design-1 From Dubai

A two-seater roadster wouldn't be our first choice for the job.

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The Jannarelly Design-1 is a 1960s-inspired lightweight sports car designed by Anthony Jannarelly, the guy formerly responsible for the looks of W Motors' machinery, the Lykan and the Fenyr Supersport. Remember Furious 7? Of course you do. But instead of jumping buildings, Jannarelly's current product will drive up America's most famous hillclimb.

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The specs of the Design-1 are very promising. The roadster uses a Nissan V6 tuned to produce 320 horsepower and six-speed manual in a car that weighs 1785 lb in standard trim.

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The Jannarelly is highly customizable to meet your every desire, and the base US price is quoted at $90,000. Of course now that the United Arab Emirates-based company has teamed up with PureDrive Automotive to create the official Pikes Peak safety car, a ten-unit run of ‘Pikes Peak Editions’ will follow, featuring upgrades like Öhlins suspension, a carbon-fiber aero pack, and sports exhaust.

And since the people behind this car are keen Caterham and Donkervoort enthusiasts, the Design-1 lacks all your now-common electronic driver aids. Which makes it perfect to be the safety car for a race up a mountain that can give you altitude sickness, with no guardrails in sight. Right.

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