Arrinera Hussarya Supercar Shows Off Its Production-Ready Form
Ah Arrinera, it looks like the light at the end of this never-ending tunnel is finally coming into focus. What seemed like nothing more than 2012’s most ambitious supercar project, from investors in a country which had never built a supercar (Poland), has turned into something much more tangible. The Arrinera Hussarya has received a minor facelift getting ready for its official word debut sometime in the near future. After testing the chassis with renowned engineer and suspension expert Lee Noble at the helm, the 650-horsepower supercar very well may see the light of day. PHOTOS: See More of the 2012 Arrinera
The new design features a revised fascia, side skirts, and an all-new spoiler. Sleeker and more streamlined than the original Hussarya, stylist Pavlo Burkatskyy hopes that this carbon fiber body will be able to compete with the likes of Lamborghini, Ferrari, and other carbon-built supercars.
As mentioned, the Hussarya is said to push out 650 horsepower. This comes courtesy of a 6.2-liter V8, yielding a 0-60 mph time of 3.2 seconds, on its way to a top speed of 211 mph.
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Production is said to begin in the next few months, with each Hussarya costing approximately $150,000+ and only 100 units being produced per year.
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