There are a handful of countries where you'd expect most any supercar to come from. Italy, Germany, England... and even these United States have produced their fare share, and there've been a handful from Japan. Even France and Sweden have produced some notables. But Poland?

Hardly the first country that would come to mind, but the folks behind Arrinera Automotive aim to fix that. We first reported last year on the supercar the Polish outfit has been developing, and now they've released a whole slew of details – including specifications and pricing.

The as-yet unnamed vehicle (aside from the Arrinera marque, anyway) is powered by a 6.2-liter V8 that's been supercharged up to 650 metric horsepower (641 by our measures) and 605 pound-feet of torque, driving through a Graziano gearbox for a 3.2-second sprint to 100 kilometers per hour (62 miles per hour) and a claimed 340 km/h (211 mph) top end.

Lee Noble – the talented engineer behind supercars marketed under the Ultima, Ascari, Rossion, Fenix and Noble names – has set up the suspension, with 380-millimeter brakes providing the stopping power up front and 350-millimeter discs in the back. The 1300-kilogram (2866-pound) package is made up of a high-strength steel frame with bodywork that's carbon-intensive and similar in appearance to a Lamborghini, but that's no bad thing.

Production is slated to begin later this year, with pricing starting at £100,000 (about $160,000 at current exchange rates). Scope it out in the extensive and fresh gallery of high-resolution images above.


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      Jonathan
      • 2 Years Ago
      So are they going to sell this in the US ? If so how much ? With Nobel behind this car it should drive and handle very well . As for the look of the car it looks like a mishmash mix of Lambo inspired styling . The interior looks like junk and the steering wheel is the biggest joke ever .
      fake
      • 2 Years Ago
      Again someone goes against the odds and puts in a lot of work and dedication to bring a car to market, and it looks exactly like something that already exists? Why are people so unimaginative? you are going to pour your blood sweat and tears into something and it is not your own even though you give it another name. Rather start a kit car company and build "replicas" an instead of trying to be something you are not and maybe the price will be more reasonable too. Sorry for being so negative but it is what it is and nothing more
      MONTEGOD7SS
      • 2 Years Ago
      There really is nothing you can't put a GM LS into. How To Build A Supercar 1. Make it look like it was made from bits and pieces from other supercars 2. Give it a ridiculous name 3. Put various forms of GM LS into it as different package levels 4. Profit!
      Wojtek Jakóbczyk
      • 2 Years Ago
      What truly amazes me, is the ability of this company to spread the PR all over the world. It's a stock market scam well-known in Poland, with hundreds of press articles describing the mischievous practices of the board. The company is being subject to an investigation regarding illegal business practices and false claims to it's shareholders. It is possible it will be taken down from the Polish stock market. This is the 3rd incarnation of this project, led by a company with discussable business ethics, renamed several times. The Veno Automotive SA which owns the company which owns the company which "owns" the car (this structure tends to change every now and then), has established itself as a get-rich-quick scheme with various subsidiaries set up in tax heavens. The only profit the company makes is by issuing batches of stock to the stock market, which in turn drives their stock's price down (a 90% fall within last 4 years). They are specialized in transferring funds between their numerous daughter companies, not in building cars, however. The actual manufacturing of the "car" is done by two repairmen and their MIG welder... The much-hyped prototype is a poorly made fiberglass skin on top of a metal skeleton (far from any space-frame you'd imagine) and is powered by a 4.2 litre V8 from an ancient Audi A8, along with it's gearbox and even gauges. It barely moves over 40 mph, as it starts to fall apart. It is a scam. This "car" is a myth, too bad they've even tricked Lee Noble into it (they could offer him millions of stock options they wanted, as the single stock of this company sells for… $0.0061 as of today). It's questionable existence serves only as a tool to trick more people into "investing" in the company. It will never emerge in a finished state.
        Dariusz
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Wojtek Jakóbczyk
        You name says it all. You are disgrace to polish community and to automotive world at all. 4 wheels and body and if you do enough investigation it is a way different then lambo. Please do you work? This is what people are saying about Hyundai because they think it is a copy of Audi. Is it it???? If someone can create the car which is a way cheaper and so good (and this is today’s world) you think it is necessarily a bad think. I hope they prove you wrong. Just for argument sake.
      me
      • 2 Years Ago
      It look like one of those ridge racer, burnout cars. Like an unlinsenced lambo
      Audi 4 life
      • 2 Years Ago
      What a rip off of a gallardo! WTF Lambo should sue this *******
        Dariusz
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Audi 4 life
        Again, it is not. Please do your research. Like I said before it is a different car. You look alike like me but we are different. Sam it is with this car. I might not afford lambo but if numbers check I will be more than happy to buy this car.
      Imad Khan
      • 2 Years Ago
      It looks like a chinese version of the Lambo..I don't see what the hype is.
      AldenBiesen
      • 2 Years Ago
      Eastern Europe is the new China. At least make an effort to hide it a little bit.
      RTHKI
      • 2 Years Ago
      started as a gallardo ended as a butchered reventon
      Michael Ngo
      • 2 Years Ago
      lolol "fare share." Oh the grammatically challenged...
      Polak_RX8
      • 2 Years Ago
      lambo would have sued them by now, any supercar that comes out now, is automatically reference to be a copy of a lambo.. for all you know this company had a prototype before lambo did. people should just appreciate a sports car, and not complain cause you can't own one.
        k_m94
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Polak_RX8
        It's referred to as a Lamborghini copycat, because it is. Looks like a Reventon.
        Al Terego
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Polak_RX8
        You were doing alright until you assumed people wanted to own one. As for "complaining", no one just picks a car and says, "Looks like a Lambo". Look at the thing; it looks like Lambo-inspired cheap kit car with random stuff sticking out everywhere. Overall, it looks terrible and the manufacturer should not be encouraged to keep going with this design.
        da.kid1
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Polak_RX8
        "You can't own one so you hate it", what a bs defensive excuse.People on here sure can't afford Lambos, Ferraris etc. yet we praise them, why?because they are distinctive and original, does this one have either of those qualities?Dont think so, it's ok to borrow some features here and there, but this?This shows how little passion and creativeness they put in this car's design.
      Kevin Potts
      • 2 Years Ago
      Clearly inspired by Lamborghini. I actually like styling of this car better than anything they are putting out.
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