What better way to showcase your newly acquired Alan Jones Speed Jewellery than in one of these. This is the AJF1 Fusion, the basis of Alan Jones Performance Vehicles. Yep, the 1980 World Champion is designing and building a supercar.
Though the car made its debut at the Gold Coast 600 endurance race at the latter end of 2010, very few details have filtered through into Europe and the Middle East, production remaining resolutely local ahead of a planned global launch.
Boasting a 6.2l V8 capable of 644bhp and 335+kph, the AJF1 has Ferrari and Lamborghini clearly in its sights, which may explain some of the shapelier aerodynamics. Look closely and you’ll see Ferrari Testarossa inspired side-panel inlets and a Lamborghini Diablo-esque engine cover. Even the headlights could be from a Pagani Huayra.
Alongside this show stealer are two other pre-production models, the AJ-S and the AJ-SL, each potentially capable of 325+kph. High res images are something of a rarity but we’ll be sure to let you know as and when any land on the crankandpiston desk >>>
Source – alanjones.com.au, goldcoast.com.au, carsguide.com.au,