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  • 2017 Arrinera Hussarya GT race car

    The long road to getting Polish supercar startup Arrinera’s Hussarya into production is approaching its end. The company first burst onto the scene in 2011 when it unveiled an initial concept for what would ultimately become the Hussarya. After an intensive development program that included testing by Lee Noble, the founder of British supercar marque Noble, Arrinera unveiled the Hussarya in 2014. Two years later the company showed a racing version dubbed the Hussarya GT designed for FIA GT3 competition. On Friday, Arrinera announced that the first examples to enter production will be...

  • 2017 Arrinera Hussarya GT race car
    Poland’s Arrinera unveils Hussarya GT racer

    It’s been almost a year since Polish supercar startup Arrinera first unveiled its Hussarya. While the company continues to jump through all the hoops required to get the car certified and on sale, it will offer a dedicated racing version that was shown for the first time at Autosport...

  • Arrinera Hussarya prototype, 2015 Poznań Auto Show
    Polish supercar manufacturer Arrinera promises launch of Hussarya by late 2016

    The Arrinera Hussarya has been in the works since 2011 and a running version was unveiled last month at the Poznan Auto Show in Poland. The manufacturer has received some criticism due to extended development of the project but we may be seeing the model out on the streets by the end of next year...

  • Arrinera Hussarya prototype, 2015 Poznań Auto Show
    Poland’s Arrinera Hussarya supercar makes auto show debut

    The Hussarya supercar of Poland’s Arrinera has evolved considerably since the original concept was unveiled in 2011. While the original was criticized for being somewhat of a Lamborghini knockoff, the final version has turned out to be a handsome, well-proportioned machine that’s every...

  • Arrinera Hussarya
    Arrinera Hussarya supercar priced from $218K, production to start in late 2015

    Polish supercar startup Arrinera has confirmed that production of its first model, the Hussarya, will commence in late 2015, close to five years after the initial concept version was unveiled. For those unfamiliar with the Hussarya, it is a bespoke supercar powered by a V-8 engine and developed...

  • Arrinera Hussarya
    Arrinera Hussarya supercar revealed in production form

    Polish supercar startup Arrinera’s first product, the Hussarya, is nearing the end of its gestation, and soon production will commence at a new factory located in the city of Gliwice in southern Poland. The design of the Hussarya has evolved considerably since it was first shown as a...

  • Arrinera Hussarya official design renderings

    A new supercar is brewing in Poland and it’s called the Hussarya. The car will be the first product from ambitious startup Arrinera Automotive, but the company isn’t going it alone in developing the Hussarya as it has managed to employ the talents of notable engineer Lee Noble, the founder of British supercar brand Noble. Mr. Noble is helping Arrinera with the design of the Hussarya’s tubular steel chassis and suspension setup. Recently, a team of engineers, including Noble, headed to the Polish capital Warsaw to test a rolling chassis for the new Hussarya. During the tests...

  • Arrinera Hussarya official design renderings
    Arrinera supercar adopts Hussarya name

    Not to be confused with the Huayra supercar from Pagani, Polish startup Arrinera has announced today that its new supercar will be called the Hussarya. The name is derived from Poland’s Hussar cavalry of the 16th century, known for their beauty, strength and maneuverability, and these are all...

  • Arrinera Automotive teases a redesign for its supercar project
    Arrinera Confirms Redesign For Its Supercar With New Teasers

    Poland’s Arrinera, an ambitious young startup working on its very own supercar, has released a set of teaser images today that confirm the company is planning a redesign for its project car, which has already been presented as a prototype. Since its car’s reveal, initially as a...

  • New design renderings of the Arrinera supercar - image courtesy of Auto Kult
    Poland's Supercar, The Arrinera, Gets A New Look

    A few months back we brought you news that the final specifications and pricing of Poland’s own supercar, the Arrinera, had been set. While we know what powers the car and how much it will cost, we really didn’t know what the finished product would look like. Arrinera’s original...

  • Arrinera supercar
    Arrinera Supercar Final Specs And Pricing

    Development of Poland’s Arrinera supercar has progressed with rapid pace since the project was first announced early last year. Since then we’ve seen Arrinera partner with British supercar legend Lee Noble, which included the merging of Arrinera with Noble’s latest startup, Fenix...

  • Arrinera Venocara supercar
    Poland’s Arrinera Joining Forces With Lee Noble And Fenix Automotive?

    Following the reveal of the Venocara supercar from Poland’s Arrinera Automotive back in June, few would have thought that we would be hearing about the company so soon after. We’ll be the first to admit that we were a little skeptical about the credibility of Arrinera and its promise to...

  • Arrinera Venocara supercar

    We’ll be the first to admit that when news of a new supercar from Poland first broke, we were a little skeptical about the credibility of the company behind the project and its promise to deliver to the world a brand new supercar. Since the release of the original teaser sketches, Poland’s Arrinera Automotive has now unveiled the first official prototype for its new supercar, along with its name: Venocara. As previously reported, the Arrinera Venocara is powered by a mid-mounted 6.2-liter V-8 engine that gets a little help from a four-lobe Eaton supercharger. The engine is the...

  • Arrinera Automotive teases new supercar
    Arrinera's Polish (Yes, Polish) Supercar

    No, that's not the latest Lamborghini Murcielago tune. No, really, it's not. It's an all-new supercar from none other than Poland. It seems that all you need is a flag and a population these days to have a supercar. In the past few years, we've seen supercar concepts in countries like Russia...

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