Polish supercar maker Arrinera Automotive asked famous car designer Lee Noble to participate in a few rolling chassis tests with the Hussarya supercar.

Polish supercar maker Arrinera Automotive asked famous car designer Lee Noble to participate in a few rolling chassis tests with the Hussarya supercar.

We won't blame you if you don't remember the Hussarya since we haven't heard anything about the car for more than a year. Developed in Poland, the vehicle seems to lack any originality in terms of styling as the designers clearly had the Gallardo and Aventador in their mind when drawing the Hussarya.

The car's moniker is not a rip-off of the Pagani Huayra as it's a connection to Polish hussars which were the main type of cavalry of the Polish army. At its heart is a GM-sourced V8 6.2-liter engine delivering 650 HP (478 kW) and 820 Nm (605 lb-ft) through a six-speed manual gearbox. For safety purposes, for the tests they limited speed to 155 mph (250 km/h) but they plan new ones for next year when the supercar will have a full body and will hit speeds of up to 217 mph (350 km/h).

Since the testing phase won't be concluded in the near future, don't expect a market release sooner than 2015.

Arrinera Hussarya does rolling chassis tests with Lee Noble [video]