With a shape owing plenty to late-model Lamborghinis, the first modern supercar from Poland, debuted in renderings in 2012. Named for a historic Polish cavalry unit a century undefeated, the Hussarya is the manufacturer’s first product since the company’s founding in 2008. Arrinera nicked General Motors’ brutish LS9 V8 engine, tuned it to 650hp and mounted it in the middle, attached to a six-speed manual gearbox. Although production has yet to commence, buyers need not be Polish patriotas to appreciate its aggressive credentials.
Top speed: 211mph
Pub fact: Lee Noble, of the boutique British car company that bears his name, played a role in fine-tuning the Hussarya’s chassis. (Photo: Arrinera)
A previous version of this story depicted the Arrinera AH1 prototype, which preceded the Hussarya. The image has since been changed.