Any supercar fanatic can tell you that, with handful of exceptions, the very best exotics come from Europe – but that typically comes down to a handful of nations like Italy, Germany and England. Each and every so frequently, though, a new supercar outfit commences up someplace 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 primarily based in Poland.
The name initial crossed our radars back in 2011, then brought chassis guru Lee Noble on board and was subsequently dismissed as tiny far more than a reworked Lamborghini replica. But Arrinera bounced back, promising a redesign for the supercar dubbed Hussarya ahead of it hit the industry. And here it is.
Draped over the higher-strength steel chassis are revised composite physique panels that search largely the exact same as the versions we have seen till now. The lower front fascia appears more sculpted with repositioned aero components, there are additional air vents at the corners of the windshield and in front of the doors, the mirrors have been reprofiled and the tail incorporates a deployable spoiler in area of the person pop-up flaps. Otherwise it seems about the identical as the last version we noticed, but then it really is fairly effortless to adjust the styling on some renderings. Regardless of whether it succeeds in shaking the Lambo replicar status with a Pagani-esque title and this kind of minor revisions is up to you to decide.
The formula calls for a 6.2-liter V8 sourced from GM, planted amidships, mated to a paddle-shift gearbox and propelling 650 horsepower and 604 pound-feet of torque to the rear wheels. People are comparable specs to the McLaren 650S, but with 100 lb-ft more torque and a very good hundred fewer lbs to motivate. But Arrinera estimates somewhat slower functionality stats with a -60 time of 3.2 seconds and an 11-second quarter-mile. Prime speed, although, is claimed to be a bit greater at 211 miles per hour. No matter whether it ever meets those performance targets or reaches the industry – any industry, actually – is an additional matter completely.