Anything but awkward, the Arrinera Hussarya supercar hails from Poland. The concept first came out in 2011, and the official production model will hit showrooms next year. The first production run will be limited to just 33 units. Should those units prove to be a success, the small start-up company could begin to pick up speed and clients with the potential to bring a new brand to the market.
The Arrinera Hussarya is currently enduring methodical testing until next month. There will likely be a few further changes and tweaks as engineers make discoveries during the testing phase. As of now, the specs look like this:
- The Hussarya packs a thirsty supercharged 6.2-liter V8.
- The engine produces 650 horsepower and 604 pound-feet of torque.
- Power is fed to the rear and controlled via an automated gearbox with paddle shifters.
- The V8 engine was sourced from GM and given some special touches to induce further performance.
- Performance estimates include a 0-60 mile per hour sprint of 3.2 seconds with a top speed approaching 211 MPH. These can change after testing and tweaking.
If the Arrinera Hussarya is a success, it will be challenging the likes of the McLaren 650 and Ferrari 458 in terms of specs and pricing brackets. The first production run units will start at around $275k and up, depending on customization requests. The first 33 units will be the most luxurious, as they are the brand’s debut, so they will be more expensive. Should there be a second run, the units will drop down closer to the $220k marker.
Interested parties must put down a deposit to order the Hussarya. The company could be the next big thing, or it could continue down the road as a blip on the startup radar—only track time will tell.