Polish supercar manufacturer Arrinera has released a batch of images with the track-only Hussarya GT.

Polish supercar manufacturer Arrinera has released a batch of images with the track-only Hussarya GT.

The race car made its debut last week in UK during the 2016 Autosport International in Birmingham and now it’s back in a set of official renders released by Arrinera. Designed specifically for the FIA GT4 championship, the rear-wheel drive racer was developed by Arrinera Racing and pairs a mid-mounted 6.2-liter V8 engine sourced from General Motors with a six-speed sequential gearbox. The motor is good enough for 430 horsepower in a body that weighs only 2,755 pounds (1,249 kilograms).

The lightweight construction was obtained by using a tubular steel space-frame wrapped in a combination of aluminum, carbon fiber, and Kevlar. The 155-mph Hussarya GT benefits from a pushrod suspension with Öhlins dampers and springs at both axles. Stopping power comes from Alcon brakes with six-piston calipers and 380-mm discs.

Stepping inside, it’s typical race car business with a driver-oriented cockpit and a body-hugging Corbeau bucket seat. The cabin makes extensive use of carbon fiber and benefits from a Cosworth Intelligent Color Display providing the driver with all the relevant data.

As for the road-going Hussarya, that one will employ a 6.2-liter V8 engine with around 650 horsepower and 604 pound-feet of torque. Last time we heard, Arrinera was planning a late 2016 market launch for the street-legal vehicle. There’s also going to be a more hardcore Hussarya 33 slated to come out in the years to come, but details are scarce at this moment.

The plan is to make only two or three units of the GT4 race car each year at a starting price of around $185,000. Until that happens, Arrinera wants to conduct a series of tests in UK, but Arrinera Racing CEO Greg Pękala is not entirely sure it will find a suitable location.

Source: Arrinera Racing

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