The Hussarya GT is the racetrack-only work of art delivered by Polish supercar manufacturer Arrinera, which decided it was time to admire their vehicle in an official gallery.
The model was released into the world just a week ago during the 2016 Autosport International in Birmingham, United Kingdom – and now the race car has decided to shine in a crop of official renders delivered directly by the manufacturer. The model has been developed with participation in the FIA GT4 championship in mind – with the rear-wheel drive track-vehicle having a bespoke Arrinera Racing design and motivation provided by a mid-mounted 6.2-liter V8 engine from General Motors mated to a six-speed sequential automatic transmission. The power delivered is of 430 horsepower and if that doesn’t sound utterly impressive may we remind you the Hussarya GT will tip the scales at just 2, 755 pounds (1,249 kilograms).
Lightweighting was achieved via a tubular steel space-frame with composites – aluminum, carbon fiber and Kevlar. Capable of reaching up to 155 mph, the racer also has on board a pushrod suspension with Öhlins dampers and springs at both axles, with braking force provided by Alcon brakes with six-piston calipers and 380-mm discs. The cockpit is fairly typical for a track-only vehicle and has a body-wrapping Corbeau bucket seat as well as a Cosworth Intelligent Color Display and lots of carbon fiber. There’s also a standard, road usable Hussarya, which has the same 6.2-liter V8 engine but this time around delivering 650 horsepower and 604 pound-feet of torque – 33 units of this one will be delivered to select customers and just three or four of the GT4 derivation.