Poland-based Arrinera Automotive released the first pictures of the production-ready Hussarya supercar.
We've seen the car at the concept stage and finally here is its production version. It does differ in a lot of departments all thanks to designer Pavlo Burkatskyy who has made the concept very functional.
The Arrinera Hussarya gets a GM-sourced 6.2-litre V8 engine which is capable of churning out a hefty 650bhp and 818Nm of torques. Power is delivered to the rear wheels via an automated-manual gearbox with paddle shifters developed by Italy-based CIMA.
From what Arrinera says, the Hussarya can sprint from 0-100km/h in 3.2 seconds and boasts of a top speed of 340km/h. It also goes ahead to say that it can do a quarter mile run in 11 seconds flat.
So what is this Hussarya made of? Arrinera uses high-strength steels to produce the chassis while composite materials form the body panels. There is a possibility, however, that Arrinera might use Kevlar and carbon fibre just to make it lighter and better. Arrinera mentions that the target to achieve is 1310kgs.
Production of the Hussarya begins in a few months from now and the company plans to assemble around 100 units per year.