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1 Project Anolis. A car designed for both road and racing! on Tue Sep 14, 2010 12:44 am

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It is not very often that you get concept designs that amalgamate both the normal roads and the racing tracks. It is almost like the Tour de France with normal roads being used for racing. Beyond such instances and times when F1 tracks are used as nor mal roads in parts on certain rare occasions, it is not very often that you see the meeting of both the worlds in such a fashion. But when we can make our own concept design then why set limits on it? That is what Project Anolis is set to do and its designers have created a car for both the racing track and normal roads!


The team of Jerome Vannesson, Cedric Masson, Arnault Lefebvre and Samuel Masure created this fabulous car which has twin faces. The car designed under Project Anolis has both capabilities to take the racing track and then mellow down to be a roadster. The car with its removable parts and other awesome features makes sure that it adapts to both the worlds with ease. While it may not be fit to compete at the highest level of racing, it will supposedly do well in the lower ranks.

Nice to see such a dynamic integration of both the worlds, though I hope this does not compromise the driver safety. Another concept car that would probably never make it to production but we still love it irrespective of the practical niggles!


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