Noble Founder Aids Arrinera in Honing new Hussarya Supercar from Poland [w/Video]

Currently in rolling chassis form, the first supercar to come out of Poland bearing the Arrinera badge will be called the Hussarya. It promises a power figure of 650 hp, from its mid-mounted 6.2-liter V8 driving the rear wheels, a benchmark sprint time of 3.2 seconds and a top speed in excess of 200 mph or 320 km/h.

The company was started in 2008, but up until this point, all we had to go on were promising announcement videos and announced promises that have yet to materialize; we last heard about them in a meaningful way more than a year ago…

However, the project is far from dead, and the Hussarya is currently undergoing testing in rolling chassis form, in order for its driving behavior and characteristics to be honed and dialed in. Thankfully, they’re not only accessing the limited Polish knowledge bank of supercar handling to achieve it, and have brought in help from abroad, in the form of Lee Noble, the man who gave his name to the now familiar supercar manufacturer and also aided Arrinera from the very beginning.

It’s a well-known fact that Noble-badged cars are renowned for their handling, and this will definitely reflect in the Hussarya, when (if) it comes out in production form.

By Andrei Nedelea


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