Poland’s first supercar is called the Arrinera Hussarya and this will be starting from just over 300,000 euros, for the road legal version, once it will arrive on the market.
We’ve first heard of the Arrinera Hussarya last year but it seems that the supercar is here to stay. The model has been shown in an updated version at the Poznan Motor Show, a few weeks back, and it will be sold exclusively to Europe, at first, but the company will be adding it to markets outside the Old Continent eventually. We’re not sure at this time which markets the carmaker is talking about but we do know that the supercar will be offered in two versions.
The first one, the Arrinera Hussarya, will be the road-legal version. This will be priced from more than 300,000 euros and it will be packing a massive 8.2 liter V8 engine under its hood, with more than 800 HP. It remains to be seen whether it will be able to attract some of the customers who usually go for models made by Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, Pagani, Koenigsegg and so on, because the price cannot be considered cheap. The Arrinera Racing will be the racing version of the model, in the GT4 spec, and it will come with a 500 HP engine, as the company is stating. This will be carrying a price of approximately 150,000 euros.
The Arrinera representative has confirmed with inautonews.com that the final racing version will be unveiled this year, “around September”, meaning that we might just be able to see it at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. The road-legal version of the supercar will be hitting the market in late 2016, for the Old Continent, and it will be quite tricky to make it road legal in some markets. You can check out the two vehicles in the photo gallery posted below, available on inautonews.com.