Video: Arrinera Supercar is One Step Closer to Reality


Get ready for the world's first Polish-built supercar.

For those who haven't heard of Polish supercar maker Arrinera, we predict you soon will. Besides what you're reading right now, the automaker has been busy these past few months developing their first supercar. Designed by Pavlo Burkatskyy, it's clear that the car derives some design inspiration from wedge-shaped Lamborghinis. And that's totally fine, because Burkatskyy has added his own personal touches throughout that gives his creation a personality all its own.

Powered by a 6.2-liter V8 with a reported 650hp and 605lb-ft of torque, Arrinera claims it can go from 0 to 62 mph in 3.2 seconds and has a top speed of more than 200 mph. In fact, Lee Noble, founder of Noble Automotive, has also come on board the project to provide his expertise. Specifically, he designed the chassis which is constructed from variable-section high-strength steel. The interior comes equipped with four-point harnesses, roll bars and even a night vision camera. Set to be built in Poland, pricing will start at over $150,000.

And now in this recently posted official video, we're able to see the efforts made by the team responsible for this wonderful creation.

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