Soleil Motors Anadi
2012 Soliel Motors Anadi
Claim to Fame:
- Designed by famed Ugur Sahin Design
- Standard Corvette base and engine, on steroids
- Dutch born, Italian built, American sourced
The Anadi was developed and born from the mind of Ugur Sahin Design out of the Netherlands. The concept developer worked on this project in hopes that a rich businessman would love the idea so much that he wanted one for himself, thankfully someone did.
Italian company Soleil Motors purchased the design and began to hand craft each model for displays at top end shows like Monaco. The Anadi concept is based off the standard Chevrolet Corvette platform keeping some of the same design cues on the front and sides. On the back Soleil Motors has fitted a new taillight setup and a new rear diffuser.
For the few who will be able to have a new Anadi sitting in their driveway, Soliel is even offering an array of options; custom wheels, custom leather, wood or Alcantara finishes and even logo embossing.
Aside from looks, what really makes the Anadi stand out in a crowd is it's extreme American power.
Underneath, the Anadi comes with the same Corvette based GM LS3 V8 good for 651-hp and 571 lb/ft torque. Top speed is claimed at 202 mph and to 60 only takes 3.1 seconds. Soleil also claims that they will use “magnetic rim technology,” a process which utilizes “kinetic energy formed form magnets to increase overall speed and efficiency,” or in the words of Jeremy Clarkson, magic.
Soleil says that production of the Anadi will run in limited numbers of only 300 models. So what then would the price be for an American muscle car with an Italian design you ask? Well, prepare to dish out $299,995 (not $300K) for this special edition Italian muscle car.