The first Polish supercar, the Arrinera Hussarya, has been finally revealed in its final production form and the model in question will hit the production line in Gliwice, southern Poland, soon.
Polish car manufacturer Arrinera has officially pulled the wraps off its newest product, the Hussarya. This is a supercar in its final production form which looks quite different than the prototype which has been first shown back in 2011. The Hussarya has been designed by Pavlo Burkatskyy, who has worked with the engineering team to make sure that this is not just good looking but also functional.
In the team responsible for creating the Hussarya is also British supercar stalwart Lee Noble, the founder of Noble supercar brand. He was responsible for sorting out the chassis, so, theoretically, the Hussarya should handle pretty well. Arrinera has created the Hussarya with a mid-engine design and it will be constructed mostly from high-strength steel, while its body will be made from composite materials, such as Kevlar and carbon fiber, to help keep its weight down.
The total weight of the Polish supercar will stand at 1,315 kg (2,900 lbs) as promised. Its interior design will be very luxurious, similar to other modern supercars, as the company is promising, and it will get some racing seats and harnesses and a night vision package. Power will be provided by a 6.2 liter V8 engine, providing 650 HP (485 kW) and 819 Nm (604 lb-ft) of torque. The 0 to 60 mph (96 km/h) sprint will take 3.2 seconds and top speed will stand at 211 mph (340 km/h). Prices will be set at 160,000 USD (116,000 euros).