Arrinera Automotive from Poland has been working on their supercar since 2008 and have kept on going unlike many other supercar projects that have been nothing more than great photoshop skills.
Poland’s first supercar will be called Hussarya (prototype was known as A.H.1) and at least in digital form it looks good. Inspiration has clearly come from Lamborghini. The Hussarya is longer, wider and taller than the Gallardo and has almost an identical wheelbase to Aventador. Even though the wheelbase is almost identical to Aventador, the Hussarya has a wider front and rear track compared to the Aventador.
Power comes from a 6.2 litre V8, that produces 650bhp and 446lb ft of torque, enabling the 1300kg Hussarya reach 62mph in 3.2sec, while the top speed is around 200mph.
If all goes as planned, the Hussarya will go into production end of 2013 and will be assembled in Poland by a division of Germany’s MAN Ferrostaal.
Road and performance tests will be done at the Applus IDIADA automotive research center in Spain.