Poland’s new supercar called the Arrinera has been touting around the car scene for quiet a few months already, and now, it is ready for production with the help from Lee Noble who has been designing and manufacturing supercars for more than 30 years.
The Arrinera supercar featuring a design that is almost similar to the Lamborghini Aventador, even down to the upwards-opening doors. Much like other supercars, it uses tubular steel chassis and has a lightweight carbon Kevlar body to provide rigid body structure while reduces weight. However, the real difference here is that the Arriner supercar’s unique rear end, which has a very large large LED tail lamps and diffuser along with center mounted exhaust to set it apart.
As for the powertrain, the Arrinera supercar is powered by a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine (from Corvette ZR1) producing 638 horsepower and 605 lb-ft of torque. According to the company, the Arrinera supercar can accelerate from 0-62 mph in just 3.2 seconds and do the quarter-mile in 11.0 seconds. Top speed is said to reach at about 212 mph.
To provide traction and stopping power to the tarmac, the Arrinera superca features multilink suspension and 19-inch alloy wheels up front and 20-inch in the rear, all wrapped in high performance tires of 255/35 front and 335/30 rear. While breaking power is provide by a set of 380 mm siscs up front and 350 mm discs in rear along with 6- and 4-piston calipers, respectively.
For the interior of the Arrinera supercar, it is donned in leather and composite materials throughout. The cabin is elegantly appointed with premium leather upholstery, carbon fiber trim, aluminum accents and a thermal-imaging system to detect pedestrians or animals during night driving. As for interior safety, it gets four-point harnesses and roll bars positioned behind the seats.
The production model will be launched in late 2012 and will be offered in Europe, China, the Middle East and the United States. Pricing for the Arrinera supercar is expected to start at around ₤100,000 ($158,500).