Arrinera Automotive has officially announced their new supercar will be called the Hussarya. The company has also released new renderings of the production model.
Arrinera Automotive has officially announced their new supercar will be called the Hussarya.
The name clearly echoes the Pagani Huayra, but Arrinera says the model refers to Poland's Hussar cavalry. Regardless, we're betting Horacio Pagani isn't amused.
On the styling front, the car adopts a revised design that is noticeably different than the original concept. Unfortunately, it still borrows a few cues from the Lamborghini playbook as it looks like the incestuous offspring of a Gallardo and Aventador.
Underneath the questionable bodywork is a Lee Noble-designed chassis that is constructed from high-strength steel. There's also a multi-link, independent suspension which was "designed and optimized" by Noble.
Motivation is provided by a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine that produces 650 PS (478 kW / 641 hp) and 820 Nm (605 lb-ft) of torque. It will be connected to a Graziano-sourced transmission that enables the 1300 kg (2866 lb) supercar to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 3.2 seconds and hit a top speed of 340 km/h (211 mph).
Sales are slated to begin in late 2013 and pricing starts at £100,000 (£116,740 / $160,060) excluding VAT.