Unveiled at the recent Poznan motor show in Poland, the Hussarya pictured here is the follow up to the original supercar concept shown off as long ago as 2011. Arrinera never actually got that car into production but this new one features a new front splitter and larger rear wing for improved downforce.
The very attractive carbonfibre body was designed by Lee Noble but now features new headlights, re-styled exhaust outlets and lightweight wheels. The Hussarya is powered by a GM-sourced 6.2-litre V8 engine – although the fact it was pumped up to 480kW and 820Nm meant it pushed the Polish track machine a little better than your average Corvette. 0 to 100kph in 3.2sec; 0 – 200kph in 8.9sec and a top speed above 340kph is bang on what a modern supercar should produce.
However, the company has also tested an 8.3-litre V8 – sourced from goodness knows where – with 580kW and 900Nm of torque. Although it is unclear which engine can be found shoehorned into this particular model, if they ever do get around to making it, it should cost McLaren 650S money.