You have to give credit to Arrinera; the Polish supercar automaker has weathered a storm of controversy following the release of their supercar concept, the Venocara.
One of the criticisms involved the design of the supercar, which a lot of people thought looked eerily similar to the styling language of Lamborghini. Arrinera denied all those claims and to seemingly prove a point to its detractors, they decided to release the first sketches of the production model of the supercar.
To be fair, the sketch doesn’t look like a Lamborghini; it looks like a Lamborghini AND a McLaren rolled into one.
The complete design won’t be released until at least the end of the year, but judging from the sketches, we expect nothing less than to be blow away. We’ve heard and seen about the Venocara for quite some time now and the car’s engine specs - a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 engine with 641 horsepower and 605 lb/ft of torque - are nothing to sleep over.
The supercar will also feature a carbon Kevlar body and a Noble-designed chassis; two qualities that aren’t exactly standard equipment in the industry. The future Arrinera supercar is also capable of hitting 0-62 mph in 3.2 seconds with a top speed of 211 mph.
Check out the sketches provided and let us know what you think of the Venocara. Does it stand a chance in vehicular court?