Poland and supercars? Well, that’s surely not a common scenario. Even so, there is a supercar that comes from Poland or that is about to come. Arrinera is the name of the project that Poland will most probably come up with.
This supercar the European country plans to build will feature a 6.2-liter V8 that will produce 650 horsepower. Sporting a Graziano gearbox, Arrinera will sprint from 0 to 60mph in just 3.2 seconds reaching a top speed of 211mph.
Rumors had it that Arrinera would be nothing but a reinterpretation of a Lamborghini replica made by Polish tuner, Bojar Tuning. Moreover, it was believed that the car’s interior components were inspired by the ones used in Opel Corsa and Audi A6.
Arrinera stated that the car is not based on the Lamborghini replica Bojar came up with and does not feature any elements from other production cars except for the air vents that do come from Opel Corsa. But these air vents have been used in other supercars as well. Take the Noble M600 for example. There are supercars that make use of a very popular part from other vehicles. Zenvo ST1 is such an example. This one uses the vents from the SEAT Ibiza and the climate panel of Corvette C6 though these cost just 1% of the value of this supercar.
The list price indicated for Arrinera is $160,000, which makes it not that expensive compared to other supercars. It is said that legendary chassis tuner Lee Noble is involved and that can’t be but a great plus for Arrinera. Now, we can only check the pictures and see what this monster on wheels looks like. We’ll let you know more about this project when details are available. Therefore, stay tuned!