Poland-based Arrinera Automotive has released the first pictures of the production-ready Hussarya supercar.

Poland-based Arrinera Automotive has released the first pictures of the production-ready Hussarya supercar.

If the company's name rings a bell, that's because the concept which previewed the production model was accused of being a replica but Arrinera Automotive promptly responded and clarified the situation, indicating the production version would have a different design. Indeed it does as the car which will be commercialized has evolved quite nicely and it's all thanks to designer Pavlo Burkatskyy who collaborated with the engineering team to develop an attractive but at the same time functional design.

At its heart is a GM-sourced V8 6.2-liter engine outputting 650 bhp (485 kW) and 604 lb-ft (818 Nm) delivered to the rear axle through an automated-manual gearbox with paddle shifters developed by Italy-based CIMA. Based on preliminary performance tests, the Hussarya will do 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) in 3.2 seconds and the quarter mile in 11 seconds before hitting a top speed of approximately 211 mph (340 km/h).

Arrinera used high-strength steels to produce the chassis while composite materials were chosen for the body panels, with the possibility of opting for Kevlar and carbon fiber. The company is targeting a 2,900 lbs (1,315 kg) curb weight for the supercar which will be available with a track package, a night vision kit and a carbon fiber trim.

When the concept came out several years ago, Arrinera said the production version would have a starting price of 160,000 USD but most likely now it will be higher due to the several improvements implemented. Production will commence in the following months and they plan on assembling around 100 units each year.

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