Arrinera Hussarya: The supercar that comes from Poland!
Arrinera Hussarya 2
Arrinera Hussarya 1
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May not yet know about the brand Polish Arrinera, but have the cooperation of the entrepreneur and British designer Lee Noble, founder of the small car builder company of the same name and Hussarya and is its second model. An alternative to supercars that you know ...
Externally, the Hussarya hardly changes compared to prototype AH1 in which it is based. The greatest change is opposite that opening the door in the usual way and not in the form of scissors, as in the AH1. The Hussarya measured 4.45 meters long and only 1.19 meters high; Its sharp lines still remember the beauty of the models of Lamborghini, although Arrinera ensures that inspiration comes from the movement of air... The wheel arches have been exploited to extend to the air intakes at the bottom of the front. The design of the double bubble roof, so that can be extended to lead to the two pillars between which hosts the V8 engine. In Hussarya also we will find details of polished carbon fiber.
The engine is a Hussarya Arrinera V8 650 hp and a maximum torque of 820 Nm, centrally placed. With it, occupants may experience a lateral force of 1.3 G. With 1,300 kg, the ratio weight / power remains in only 2. Acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h has nothing to envy to the most radical supercars: 3.2 seconds. Neither the acceleration to 200 km / h, the Hussarya reached in 8.9 seconds and the subsequent braking of 300 to 0 km / h: in under seven seconds. Arrinera has not revealed which manufacturer delivered it.
From Hussarya only manufactured 33 units and testing prior to offering for sale, scheduled for 2013 - will be held at the technology center Idiada, located in Tarragona. The aerodynamic work was carried out at the Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering of Warsaw University of Technology.
The next step will be to Arrinera add more items to Hussarya active aerodynamics, which currently has two appendices in the back that contribute to braking when there were over 150 km / h. When presented with the AH1, Arrinera priced the final model EUR 116,740.
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