Italian-American influences are prevalent in the world that we live in today, and the auto industry is just one example of it. In its long and storied history, the auto industry has produced a number of cars that share both an American and Italian lineage.
Today, the tradition is being brought back to life by some of the most exotic automakers on the planet and the Top Marques show in Monaco will play host to two of them. We’ve already touched on the Spada Codatronca Monza a few days ago. Today, we present to you the Soleil Anadi.
Now built under the Soleil Motors brand, the Anadi is actually the final version of a car that was three years in the making. Intially conceptualized by Ugur Sahin as a Corvette Z03 concept study back in 2008, the project gained some traction a year later when the designer began collaborating with tuning firm Mallett Cars in producing a one-of-a-kind Corvette-based supercar. After a few years of further development, the car, now christened as the Anadi, is scheduled to be introduced in one of the most prestigious auto shows in the world, the Top Marques in Monaco.
The car’s design has gone through some noticeable changes since it’s first rendering. Some of the most noticeable ones include a more aggressive rear end compared to the boxy Corvette-style rear end that was part of the first two designs. On the flip side, the Anadi’s front end is cleaner and more subdued than the aggressive, shark-like design of the past versions.
The folks over at Soleil were kind enough to send some photos our way, but if we want to get the full scoop on the Anadi, specifically what kind of powertrain sits under its hood, we’ll need to keep our seatbelts on and wait for the car’s official reveal at Monaco in a few weeks.