The GT4 racer has embarked upon a road tour of its home country Poland.
Arrinera’s track-only Hussarya GT has been making Internet rounds this year, following its introduction back in January at the Autosport International in Birmingham. It also made a special appearance during the Goodwood Festival of Speed and demonstrated its brutal launch on a very wet airfield in Bruntingthorpe in Leicestershire. Now, the GT4 prototype is back at home in Poland for a nationwide tour and it’s making several stops, including in the country’s capital Warsaw.
Being a purebred race car, the Hussarya GT is far from being street legal, but the peeps from Arrinera managed to pull some strings and transformed the city’s downtown into the prototype’s very own playground. Developed by the Warsaw’s Technical University for the FIA GT4 championship, the carbon fiber-bodied sounds glorious thanks to a race-spec naturally-aspirated LS3 V8 borrowed from General Motors. It can be tuned to deliver anywhere between 420 and 650 horsepower channeled to the rear axle through a sequential, six-speed gearbox.
Arrinera hopes it will be able to generate some sales following the promotional campaign, with plans to produce two or three cars each year.
A road-legal version (pictured above) dubbed ‘Hussarya 33’ is set to go on sale towards the end of the year for approximately €500,000 (about $554,200), according to Arrinera’s president Lukasz Tomkiewicz in a recent interview with The Tech Sense. It will use a naturally-aspirated 8.2-liter V8 engine unleashing in excess of 800 horsepower (597 kilowatts) and 900 newton-meters (664 pound-feet) of torque in a supercar weighing just 1,400 kilograms (3,086 pounds), so expect some amazing performances.