Poland’s Arrinera Automotive Releases First Pictures of Their New Supercar image

Arrinera Automotive of Poland has recently released the first depictions of their project – a Lamborghini-looking supercar.

Though the name of this model is yet to be finalized, but the features that this supercar will receive is already set. The vehicle will run on a tubular steel chassis and will feature a carbon Kevlar body that holds a passing similarity with some of the other Lamborghinis. The cabin of this vehicle, regardless of the unoriginal exterior, will receive aluminum accents, carbon fiber trim, and premium leather upholstery to highlight the elegant touch.

In order to increase the power of the engine, Arrinera Automotive has added a supercharger with a 6.2 liter V8 engine. The car will get additional power with the help of a four-lobe Eaton supercharger. Nevertheless, the performance specifications are still undercover and might get revealed in coming days. On the other hand, to give an outline of the specs, the company has said that the engine of this supercar will produce 476 kW that is 638 hp / 647 PS and 819 Nm that is 604 lb-ft of torque.

We have already seen other countries such as Canada, Russia, Brazil are coming up with supercar concepts and now in this line a new name is been added that is of Poland. The car is very much similar to Lamborghini and the company is more likely to make its official world debut next month. The design credit of this car not only goes to Arrinera Automotive, but also to Lee Noble. Eventually, the car will also seed a convertible variant.

The best thing that the car boasts is a thermal-imaging camera through which one can scan several hundred meters of the road ahead. The driver would be able to see every living being who are hotter than the environment right on the center console screen. Therefore, one can completely rely on the camera system and enjoy speeding up on the road.




By Sunita Mandal