The racing Arrinera Hussarya GT has arrived at the Autosport International in Birmingham.

The racing Arrinera Hussarya GT has arrived at the Autosport International in Birmingham.

Polish automaker Arrinera is preparing for the final phase of development of the Hussarya GT with a preview to prospective customers. At the Autosport International show the company revealed the race car will have a price of around $186,000 - $200,000 and final track tests are due later this year in the UK.

Designed to compete in the GT4 series in Great Britain and Europe, the vehicle has 430 horsepower, enough for a top speed of about 155-162 miles per hour (250-260 kilometers per hour).

Currently, Arrinera is gathering public feedback in Birmingham and Greg Pekala, CEO of Arrinera Racing, claimed “it’s been a good reaction,” but “the car still needs to be proven on track to get the publicity we need.”

The Polish manufacturer is also working on a road-going version of the Hussarya that will be introduced by the end of 2016. An even more exclusive Hussarya 33 model is also planned, but it will go into production at a later date.

Previous prototypes of the Hussarya used a GM-sourced 6.2-liter V8 engine with 650 hp and 604 pound-feet of torque. Power is sent to the rear wheels through an automated-manual gearbox with steering wheel mounted paddle shifters.

Source: Arrinera via Autocar

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