Arrinera Hussarya supercar unveiled {{favouriteCount}} Quantity of Likes

25 Aug 2014

Normally we don’t spare much column space to the multitude of new supercar company launches that appear in our inbox on a daily basis. But occasionally one pops up that really piques our interest and the fantastically unpronounceable Arrinera Hussarya is one of them. Arrinera is a Polish company, but the Hussarya has been developed with the help of none other than Lee Noble – founder of the incredible Noble supercars.

Now there’s no denying the Hussarya (did they go to Pagani and borrow their book ‘Hard to pronounce car names 2010’?) is a pretty car, if a little generic. The overall shape is more than a little bit reminiscent of the new Lamborghini Huracan, especially around the front end, and the rear has hints of the Hennessey Venom GT about it, but as they say there’s nothing new these days so inspiration must be drawn from somewhere.

It all sounds very exotic as well, with a rather normal steel chassis clothed in carbon fibre bodywork with ‘unique aerodynamics’ according to Arrinera, while the weight comes in at 1300 kg.

This isn’t particularly lightweight, but with a GM 6.2 litre V8 putting out 641 bhp and 605 lb/ft it certainly moves well – 0-62 mph comes up in 3.2 seconds and the top speed is 211 mph.

The Arrinera Hussarya will cost £96,188 when it goes into production later this year, which means a large amount of performance and looks for the money. We hope it succeeds and has the handling to back up the styling and firepower