Arrinera Hussarya supercar from Poland shown in production spec

We talked about the Poland-based Arrinera Automotive and their Hussarya supercar, back in 2012 and even though it looked nice, we never expected to hear about a possible production model.

Despite out skepticism the development continued and they even had Lee Noble testing the chassis, and here are new details and pictures of the production spec model.

The production ready Hussarya features an updated design that has evolved nicely from the concept, that had sort of a kit car feel and was very similar to the Aventador.

Power comes from a GM-sourced 6.2-litre V8 engine producing 650bhp and 604 lb-ft of torque, linked to an automated-manual gearbox with paddle shifters and power sent to the rear wheels. 0-60mph is expected to take 3.2 seconds, top speed will be around 211mph and a quarter mile will be covered in 11 seconds.

The chassis is made of high-strength steels and the body from lightweight composite materials with the possibility of opting carbon fibre elements like the roof you can see here.

Production should start in the near future and if all goes as planned then around 100 cars will be produced annually.


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