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Poland's 800-HP Supercar Finally Shows Itself But Does Anyone Care?

The rest of Europe has been put on notice. Just kidding.

The last time we checked in with the Arrinera Hussarya it only existed in slick renderings and was powered by a GM-sourced V8. The bad news is that the GM V8 appears to be out, but the good news is that the Hussarya was finally spotted in real-life at the Poznan Motor Show in, where else, Poland. It still has a V8 engine, which the boutique supercar company says is an American-sourced 8.2-liter V8 good for 800 horsepower. That much power sounds pretty damn good to us, as does the fact that this car exists in the metal.

Unlike the LM2 Streamliner, the Hussarya actually drove into the car show it debuted, as evidenced by this video.

Despite the fact that this model is covered in "Test" stickers, Arrinera says it will have models on sale for $317,000 come 2016. Your money gets you a supercar that shares a transmission with Koenigsegg and Pagani, a 211 mph top speed and a 0 to 62 time of 3.2 seconds. Its weight hasn’t been revealed by rest assured that copious amount of carbon fiber and Kevlar will be used to keep things light. It’s nice to see the Hussarya out and about, but the company has been talking a big game before so don’t go booking a flight to Poland just yet.

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