The Arrinera Hussarya has been in the works since 2011 and a running version was unveiled last month at the Poznan Auto Show. 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 Automotive is in development of both a street and racing-only version of the Arrinera. It was revealed earlier this year that the race version would be powered by an 800-horsepower 8.2-liter V-8 engine that would launch it to 60 mph in about three seconds and come in at a cost of around $317,000. The street version is set to have a slightly tamer motor along with a tamer price tag.
In an interview with the Dutch Autovisie magazine, Kinga Gajewsa of Arrinera Automotive states “The process to develop the car and build-out is so complex that it is difficult for us to give an exact date for the unveiling.” She follows up with a late 2016 estimate for the street version, stating that “The planning is currently late 2016. The racing version of the Hussarya should be ready around September this year.”