After several months of waiting, the magnificent new Arrinera supercar is now on sale.
It's been several months since we've been given an update regarding the status of Poland's first supercar, the Arrinera. The last we knew was that Arrinera Automotive announced that Lee Noble (founder of Noble Automotive) was on their board as well as a shareholder. Noble also reportedly designed the independent, multi-link suspension as well. Today we're happy to bring you some official details regarding the car itself.
The Arrinera will start off at $160,000, not including the destination charge and taxes. It'll be equipped with the Corvette ZR1's supercharged LS9 6.2-liter V8, but with some added power that brings total output to 650hp and 604lb-ft of torque. It can go from 0 to 62 mph in 3.2 seconds, do the quarter-mile in exactly 11 seconds and reach a top speed of 211 mph. It also weighs just 2,866 lbs. With its mid-engine setup, the Arrinera bears a similar resemblance to a Lamborghini (especially with those scissor doors), but with its own distinct look that features xenon lights up front and LEDs out back.
What's also interesting about the Arrinera is that its tubular steel chassis is covered with carbon and Kevlar body panels. The interior is also quite something as it comes with an audio system, air-conditioning, power doors and windows, and even reinforced roll bars behind the seats. Just to give it that extra special something, those seats are also equipped with four-point harnesses. Carbon fiber bits have been fitted throughout the interior, while a thermal camera, along with other features, remain optional. Production will be taking place in Poland and the automaker is currently taking orders. Deliveries are expected to begin later this year.