From Poland With Love: 2013 Arrinera Hussarya (Powered by General Motors)
The company that started out as Veno Automotive before changing its name to Arrinera has presented several iterations of its V8-powered supercar model over the years, with the styling of the first sketches and prototypes being reminiscent of the Lamborghini Reventon.Fresh nameplate aside, the Hussarya features a revamped exterior and interior design, though we only get to see the outside of the car for now.
Compared to the previous A.H.1 prototype, the Hussarya ditches the scissor doors and gains conventional doors, a newly designed front bumper with different air inlets, revised side panels and air vents, a reshaped roofline and rear engine compartment plus a redesigned rear end with twin round tail lamps on both sides.
Arrinera also fitted the car with two retractable spoilers positioned on the inner-top side of the rear fenders, which deploy at an angle of 50 degrees at speeds beyond 150km/h (93mph) to assist in braking.
The car is powered by a General Motors-sourced and mid-mounted 6.2-liter V8 engine tweaked to produced 650-horses, for a zero to 100km/h (62mph) sprint time of 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 340km/h (211mph).Arrinera said that the regular Hussarya will become available for purchase “no earlier than at the end of 2013”.