We've heard about the Arrinera Hussarya, Poland's home-grown supercar, before.
We've seen concept art, prototypes and computer renderings of this Eastern European rocket, but now, after four years of development, the Hussarya has finally made its real-world debut in production form at the Poznan Motor Show in Poland.
Shown in a more track-ready form than what's been revealed in renderings previously, the Arrinera Hussarya certainly looks like a bona-fide supercar.
It's got classic mid-engined proportions, an aggressive aero package that includes a thrusting front splitter, rear wing and deep side air intakes and huge brakes framed by equally large wheels.
Sitting amidships is a GM-sourced 6.2 litre V8 that thumps out 478kW of power and 818Nm of torque, all of which is sent to the rear wheels through a paddleshifted automated manual.
Performance stats are suitably scorching. the zero to 100km/h sprint is done in just 3.2 seconds and top speed is 340km/h. Slowing down from such tremendous speeds is aided by the active rear spoiler, which flips up to serve as an air brake.
Production officially starts later this year with customer deliveries set to begin not long after, with the first model to enter production being a limited-edition run restricted to just 33 units and priced at 200,000 euros
Details for those special models are still to come, but Arrinera has also confirmed the ‘regular’ Hussarya will be priced from 160,000 euros. That's a significant chunk of change given Ferrari's 458 Italia retails for 170,000 euros.
Want one? Good luck. As a left-hand drive only proposition, don't expect to see Poland's first-ever supercar on Australian soil any time soon.