The Annis Roxanne is a 2 Door Coupe produced by Annis to slot under the Elegy series and was sold between 1998 and 2001. It sports a 4 cylinder turbocharged engine sending around 200 horsepower to the rear wheels. Many Roxanne's have been turned into drift missiles due to the slide-prone handling.
The Roxanne is mainly based off of the S15 model Nissan Silvia / 200SX. It also takes inspiration from other coupes of the era such as the Honda Integra and Toyota Corolla Levin.
- The name "Roxanne" is a play on "Silvia", as both are female names. Also, is a reference to the song "Roxanne", by the band Police. Although the character's name comes from the play "Cyrano de Bergerac", she's portraited as a prostitute on the song, adding some R* humor flavour to SilentSoul's sketch.