Those of you with a good memory will certainly recall the name Arrinera. The Polish firm first appeared on the radar in 2011, announcing the Hussarya super car. Two years later, and they are ready to put the car into production, albeit with substantial changes over the first concept.
This is the production Arrinera Hussarya, which looks properly super, and although you can still find resemblance in it to other renowned super cars, nobody is going to undermine what they’ve achieved here as a copy or replica.
The magnificent Hussarya features an extremely aerodynamic design with an unusually low roof that has resulted in very small windows. That will invariably affect the view, and therefore real-world practicality, of the car. But it looks very cool. It also appears to have an active rear wing. So the design and technology of the car is very much up to date.
Weighing just over 1,300 kg, the production Arrinera Hussarya will be powered by a 6.2 liter American engine from General Motors, tuned to make 650 horsepower. With weight like that and power like this, you can count on a 0-60 time of around 3.5 seconds, and a top speed of 210.
Arrinera says the Hussarya features carbon fiber body panels, track package, and even a night vision kit even. All that means the finished product is going to cost a lot more than the $160K projected price they announced before. As Zenvo found out with the ST-1, at that price not many people are going to walk away from Ferraris and Lamborghinis and what not, and buy an untried car from an unknown company with an unpronounceable name.