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Jannarelly Roadster

Completely new yet firmly grounded in the past, the Jannarelly Roadster picks up where the racers of the '60s left off. It's powered by a mid-mounted 3.5L V6, with its 304 hp routed through a six-speed manual to the rear wheels. The chassis is made from tubular steel, while the body is largely aluminum, save for stainless steel panels that offer side-impact and rollover protection. It rides on three-piece, 16-inch alloy rims controlled by a Momo steering wheel, and can move from 0-62 in just four seconds on its way to a top speed of 135 mph. Available in both track- and road-ready configurations.

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