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Polish-built £96k Hussarya supercar, developed in conjunction with Lee Noble, features a 6.2-litre V8 and is claimed capable of 0-62mph in 3.2sec

The first pictures of the Polish-built Arrinera Hussarya supercar have been revealed.

Powered by a GM-sourced 6.2-litre V8 engine with 641bhp and 605lb ft of torque, the Hussarya has been developed with the help of Noble founder Lee Noble. Its makers claim a top speed of 211mph, and a 0-62mph sprint time of 3.2 seconds.

Arrinera Automotive says the new supercar "will be unique in its aerodynamics and lightweight construction", and that its interior features "high quality leather and composite materials". The cabin includes few luxuries, aside from air conditioning and an audio system. A thermal camera, which monitors the front of the car for dangers, is optional.

The Hussarya, which measures 4450mm long by 2056mm wide, with a height of 1190mm, features an independent suspension system, and 350mm performance brakes. It sits on 19-inch wheels. Its chassis is made from steel, with the bodywork made from carbonfibre and kevlar. Altogether, the Hussarya weighs in at 1300kg.

The company says it will start production of the Hussarya in the coming months, with plans to produce around 100 units each year. The car is likely to have a price tag of around $160,000 (£96,188), according to reports.

Arrinera's offering is just one of a number of niche cars revealed in recent days. The first prototypes of the Trion Nemesis, which is claimed to have 1973bhp available and a top speed of more than 270mph, are expected to be built next month. 

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Einarbb 1 April 2014

It might sell on looks alone . . .

. . . as long as there are no terrible downsides elsewhere. Can probably get away with merely adequate looking interior. And it might not need to drive quite well as the best Ferrari on offer. As long as driving it is still fun. And the chassis is good enough to offer reasonable control-ability on the limit.
TBC 1 April 2014


So, is this where Lee Noble's Fenix sportscar ended up? The recipe certainly indicates so............
freudianskip 1 April 2014

Nice looking but

is anyone else reminded of the "British Supercar form" from SniffPetrol?