Polish supercar firm, Arrinera, have revealed computer renderings of their upcoming project named the Hussarya. Touted as Poland’s first supercar, the Hussarya has been named after the famous 16th century Polish Hussar cavalry.
While some critics have commented that the name is resoundingly similar to the new Pagani Huayra, Arrinera insists the supercar has been named after the country’s cavalry that were famed for their beauty, strength and manoeuvrability.
The new images display spanking new exteriors that are similar to traditional mid-engine supercar proportions much like the Lamborghini. However, new tail and headlights render the Hussarya an edgier more glamorous look.
Reports suggest that the Hussarya will be powered by a Corvette ZR1-dervied 485kW 6.2 litre supercharged LS9 V8 that can accelerate the Polish supercar to 100km/h in 3.2 seconds and reach top speed of 340km/h.
Arrinera have revealed the involvement of British engineer Lee Noble for the design and optimisation of its high tensile-strength tubular steel chassis and all-independent multilink suspension. Mr Noble is recognised as the creator of the Ultima GTR and Noble supercars.
The Polish firm has also disclosed how the shape of the Hussarya has been the subject of 14 months of research at the Warsaw University of Technology.
Arrinera plans to build an initial fleet of 33 examples available for delivery by late 2013, before starting mass production. The cars will be priced at $160,000 each.
Get ready to hit the roads in style in Poland’s first supercar – sleeker, more glamorous and road-ready for some serious luxury!