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Trevor Collett | Apr, 03 2014 | 3 Comments

Arrinera has delivered on a promised redesign for its Hussarya supercar, after the original design was criticised for being too close to the Lamborghini Gallardo.

First unveiled in mid-2012, the Hussarya’s front and side profiles would certainly have confused casual automotive observers, and the redesign aims to address that issue.

So here it is; the Arrinera Hussarya design that the Polish carmaker hopes will finally carry the model to the showroom.

The front has come in for a major rethink, with a new pronounced ‘nose’ still flanked by twin gauzed air intakes.

Front quarter panels now gain air ducts as well, while rear styling is largely unchanged, bar a new deployable spoiler in place of the previous pop-up ‘flaps’.

While the exterior has changed slightly, much of the original hardware has not, with power still provided by a 6.2 litre V8 source from General Motors, producing 485kW and 819Nm.

The Hussarya features a paddle-shift gearbox, and can reach 100km/h from rest in 3.2 seconds, on its way to a top speed of 338km/h.

Arrinera originally planned a limited edition ’33 Series’ – limited to just 33 units – but whether those plans are still in place for the redesigned version is unclear.

Pricing has yet to be announced, but we suspect Arrinera will be closely gauging public reaction to its redesigned Hussarya before deciding on its next move.

 
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