Late 2016 will be when the Arrinera Hussarya Polish supercar will be hitting the market.
Just a few weeks back, we have been reporting, in a premiere, some details about the Arrinera Hussarya, the first ever Polish supercar, and now, the model is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time thanks to an interview of Autovisie with Kinga Gajewsa, from the car manufacturer. According to our source, the model in question isn’t really ready for an official unveil but this will be launched in late 2016. However, the racing version of the supercar will come out earlier and it will be ready in September, this year, probably for the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.
The road-legal version of the Arrinera Hussarya will cost more than 300,000 euros and it will be getting an 8.2 liter V8 engine under its hood with more than 800 HP, putting some dust on most models made by Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, Pagani and so on. Despite coming with a lot of power and most likely some impressive performance figures, the Polish supercar will have some hard time convincing petrol heads that this is better than any model signed by the companies mentioned above. The track-only “toy” will be priced from approximately 150,000 euros and this will be in the GT4 spec. It will be getting a 500 HP engine under its hood. Additional details on the vehicle are limited for the moment and will be announced over the next few months, for the track-car, and next year, for the road-legal version.