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Mike Stevens | Jun, 10 2014 | 2 Comments

Polish startup Arrinera Automotive has confirmed a late 2015 production debut for its new Hussarya supercar.

By then, it will have been nearly four years since Arrinera first teased its debut supercar, and almost two since unveiling a major redesign.

The Hussarya first appeared in in 2012, with Arrinera promising to begin taking orders by the end of 2013.

This year however, Arrinera revealed a sleek new redesign of the Hussarya. And while production has now been pushed out to next year, the new look could make the wait worthwhile.

The first Hussarya cars to enter production will be a limited-edition run restricted to just 33 units, priced at 200,000 euros - compared to around 170,000 euros for Ferrari’s 458 (which sells for $525,000 here).

Details for those special models are still to come, but Arrinera has also confirmed the ‘regular’ Hussarya will be priced from 160,000 euros.

Power in the Hussarya will come from GM’s supercharged 6.2 litre V8 engine, delivering around 485kW - just as it does in Chevrolet’s Corvette Z06. Torque is listed at 819Nm.

In the Hussarya, the big V8 will send power to the rear wheels through a paddle-shifted automated manual supplied by Italy’s CIMA.

Arrinera says we can expect a 0-100km/h time of around 3.2 seconds and a 11-second quarter mile, on the way to a top speed of 340km/h.

The company has established an office in London, and sales efforts will be focused on Europe, China and the Middle East, before an eventual launch in the US.

No word at this stage of plans for an Australian debut.

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