Arrinera reveals the Hussarya GT at the Autosport International show in England, taking Poland's mid-engined supercar to the track with a V8 good for as much as 650 horsepower.
These days, it seems like everyone and their cousin wants to make their own supercar, but few actually make it to market. Arrinera is one such startup, and has been working on launching its first supercar for over four years now. Once derided as the manufacturer of Lamborghini replicas, this Polish automaker has recruited the talents of indie supercar guru Lee Noble (of Ultima, Ascari, Fenix and of course Noble fame) and went back to the drawing board to give the Hussarya design an extra shot of
Any supercar fanatic can tell you that, with few exceptions, the best exotics come from Europe – but that usually comes down to a handful of countries like Italy, Germany and England. Every so often, though, a new supercar outfit starts up somewhere else in Europe. Like Spyker in the Netherlands, Zenvo in Denmark or Koenigsegg in Sweden. Arrinera is vying to join their ranks, and has been for some time, but this company is based in Poland.
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