The Arrinera, widely considered to be Poland’s first supercar, is priced from 116,740 euros ($150,000).
As we reported last August, the Arrinera is powered by a high-performance version of the 6.2-litre LS9 V8 from the Chevrolet Corvette ZR1. The supercharged engine is tuned to produce 478kW and a whopping 820Nm of torque. A six-speed manual transmission sends all that power to the rear wheels, helping it launch from 0-100km/h in 3.2 seconds, 0-200km/h in 8.9 seconds, and continue on all the way to its 340km/h top speed.
The chassis – designed by supercar royalty Lee Noble – is made from high-strength steel and the body is constructed from Kevlar and carbonfibre composite materials.
All four corners feature 19-inch lightweight alloy wheels that house six-piston calipers/380mm discs at the front and four-piston calipers/350mm discs at the rear, pulling up the 1300kg supercar from 200km/h in just 133 metres.
The interior comprises high-quality leather and composite materials and features a four-speaker audio system, air conditioning and a reversing camera.
Rollbars behind the seats enhance structural integrity while an optional thermal vision camera that detects warm objects (such as pedestrians and animals) and displays them in the centre console improves the driver’s perception at night and in poor conditions.
Arrinera is offering a number of options including extensive carbon packages for the interior and exterior, a premium audio package with satellite navigation, a power package that tunes the engine up to 522kW, and a track pack with bucket seats, stiffened suspension, lower-profile tyres and four-point harnesses.
The company has started taking orders ahead of the first customer deliveries to the US, Europe, China and the Middle East later this year.