Arrinera Hussarya 33 announced, production slated for late 2015

Arrinera Automotive Hussarya 33
Arrinera Automotive Hussarya 33

Car is slated to be sold in China, Europe, the Middle East & the United States

Arrinera Automotive has released some new details about their upcoming Hussarya.

First and foremost, the company is putting the "final touches on the bodywork and the passenger cabin." Arrinera went on to say tests for the production-spec model are scheduled for October and will take place on tracks in the United Kingdom and Poland.

When the tests are complete, the company will launch an exclusive Hussarya 33 edition which features a V8 engine that produces 650 PS (478 kW). It will enable the car to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 3.2 seconds before hitting a top speed of 340 km/h (211 mph). Production will be limited to 33 units and pricing will start at €200,000 ($272,800 / £162,372) which is approximately €40,000 ($54,560 / £32,497) more than the standard model.

If everything pans out, the first Hussaryas should go into production in late 2015.

Source: Arrinera Automotive

Arrinera Automotive Holding listed on GXG Markets in London

Today shares of Arrinera Automotive Holding PLC based in London have been admitted to the GXG Market's First Quote trading segment. Arrinera Automotive Holding is the subsidiary of VENO S.A listed on NewConnect in Poland and also is the parent company of Arrinera Automotive S.A. located in Warsaw. Arrinera Automotive S.A. gained recognition as the creator of the Arrinera Hussarya supercar. The main objective of the British company is the execution of the Arrinera Hussarya sales strategy on foreign markets i.e.: China, Middle East, Western Europe, and later in the United States. Serial assembly of the Hussarya will be carried out by SILS Centre Gliwice, a leading service provider for the automotive industry that possesses all the necessary certificates confirming the highest level of service as well as years of experience in cooperating with global car makers (e.g. Opel).

At the beginning of October 2013 in Motopark Ulez the Arrrinera Hussarya rolling chassis underwent extensive driving tests. Lee Noble, a famous British car designer and a member of the Arrinera Automotive SA supervisory board, personally participated in tests. Currently Arrinera is putting the final touches on the bodywork and the passenger cabin. Tests of the complete supercar are scheduled for October 2014 and will take place on tracks both in Poland and the UK.

The first model to go into production is 'Arrinera Hussarya 33' - the most prestigious and unique version of Hussarya that will be delivered only to 33 Customers worldwide. Specification: V8 engine with the capacity of 650 HP, acceleration to 100 km/h - 3.2 seconds, top speed - 340 km/h. While the basic price for the Hussarya standard version will be set at approx. 160 000 EUR, Arrinera Hussarya 33 will be priced at 200 000 EUR. Arrinera Hussarya reservation will be deem granted upon payment of deposit.

Start of the production is planned for late 2015

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Comments (11)

sensei sensei
Building a supercar is the easy part. The real hard part is in building a supercar company. So many dreamers only focus on the car. Real businessmen are in the business of making money. HOW is the secondary issue.
Jun 9th, 2014 2:28am
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CaptIgo CaptIgo
It's spelled Huayra... and this is nowhere near it.
Jun 8th, 2014 8:12pm
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Eclapa Eclapa
Yeah, it's often pointed out. But Hussarya refers to Polish winged hussars. A cool name in my opinion. http://www.cameronrnelson.com/historical_texts/hussaria__polish_winged_cavalry.htm
Jun 9th, 2014 12:07pm
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New supercar maker so tet me guess, the V8 is GM's 6.2 of the ZR1?
Jun 7th, 2014 9:40am
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They should name it Vaporware, suits it better
Jun 7th, 2014 8:15am
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r66r66 r66r66
This company was founded only to get money from stock market. Belive me, in these years it was very easy in Poland. Then comes bess and they stoped. I wish to see a supercar from Poland but I can bet they never finished this one....
Jun 6th, 2014 10:57pm
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kimbo kimbo
old news... this theory has already been debunked months ago.
Jun 7th, 2014 10:20am
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You are just repeating the same old fairy tale made up by some people who are trying to tarnish the company's reputation. The project has been running from 2008 and mainly financed by private funds not by funds gained from any stock exchange. They had some problems with some Polish suppliers at the beginning and had to start literally from scratch. It's not easy to find right partnership in Poland. It's difficult to make the project successful when there are so many spreaders of false information but i believe that they will make it and MANY JAWS WILL DROP TO THE GROUND !
Jun 9th, 2014 6:19pm
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r66r66 r66r66
GTR79, we talking about company who don't have money to rent a lorry to transport a prototype for press show and CEO who doesn't know tech any tehc detail about car? They try to sell they stocks on market so it's true what I wrote. I really want to see first Polish supercar but I know that Arrinera never happed! I sad but I know true....
Jun 9th, 2014 7:49pm
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r66f66, can you predict the future? Sorry but mentioning about the lorry etc is inappropriate. Besides if they had this huuuuge amount of money from the stock exchange as you claim they would probably rent some Bentley lorry....:) Anyhow i keep my fingers crossed for this car and cant wait to see it :)
Jun 10th, 2014 11:55am
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r66r66 r66r66
Trust me, I wish to see it too. But I hear news from them from so long time and.... nothing happed...
Jun 10th, 2014 12:43pm
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