This is the first Polish supercar.
Back in 2011, a Polish automaker called Arrinera unveiled its first creation, the Hussarya supercar. With Lee Noble on board to help with development, things were looking good until some controversy struck. A Polish journalist claimed the car was nothing more than a restyled Lamborghini replica with an Audi interior. Arrinera quickly denied this, and a legal battle ensued. At the same time, Arrinera promised to release a newer and improved version in the near future.
That car is now here. Powered by a GM-sourced 6.2-liter V8 with 650 horsepower and 604 lb-ft of torque, Arrinera claims the Hussarya can make the sprint from 0-60 mph in just 3.2 seconds. Top speed is a claimed 211 mph. Styling wise, the updated Hussarya is a nice improvement over what we saw a few years ago. The changes aren't drastic, but the front- and rear-ends have a more aerodynamic look. No indication yet as to when it'll go on sale or for how much, but hopefully Arrinera has things better sorted out this time around.