Arrinera Motors has officially pulled the wraps off an updated version of the Hussarya in Poland, medicine during the 2015 Poznan Motor Show.
After being introduced in the Arrinera Hussarya 33 version a year ago, diagnosis time has come for Arrinera Motors to update the Hussarya. The supercar in question has been introduced during the 2015 Poznan Motor Show, in Poland, and, despite not revealing that much on it at this time, chances are we are looking at the production version. The model has only a few modifications compared to the one seen back in 2014 and this includes the different set of wheels, the centrally mounted exhaust system or the new rear wing. This is also coming with the new front bumper splitter, with a new design for the headlights and several other tweaks.
The Polish supercar is now wearing a matte grey finish, with some appealing red accents onto it. The stickers, the front splitter, the large wing and the small windows may also suggest that this is a racing version, but, then again, we can’t be sure about it. We do know, however, that the road-going version, unveiled last year, was using a mid-mounted V8 engine, which was capable of producing a total output of 650 HP and 818 Nm of torque. This was enough to allow it to reach 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 340 km/h (212 mph). The configuration will put it against models such as the McLaren 650S, the Lamborghini Huracan and the newest entry to the segment, the Ferrari 488 GTB.