In the small but select club of supercars, big names like Bugatti, Koenigsegg, Hennessy and others rival against lesser-known brands including Arrinera Automotive, which launched in 2011 with the Venocara. Four years later, the Polish company unveiled the Hussarya at the Poznan Auto Show.
A lot of changes were made since the preliminary version made headlines last year. The Corvette-sourced engine then produced 650 horsepower and reached 60 mph (96 km/h) in 3.2 seconds; it now reportedly generates more than 800 horsepower along with 663 lb-ft of torque.
The chassis is made of carbon fibre and Kevlar, as are many body parts, in order to minimize the weight of the car. Graphene was also used for the same reason, and represents an industry first according to Arrinera.
Want to buy a Hussarya? All units are built on a special order basis, and a cash deposit is required. Motor Authority learned that the first 33 cars will be an exclusive launch edition infused with a bit of extra luxury the regular models will miss out on.