Video: Lee Noble Gives The Arrinera Hussarya The Rolling Chassis Test

The Arrinera Hussarya has been in the fringes of the auto world in the past couple of years and while it’s probably taken longer to build than a lot of people would’ve liked, the good news is that it’s still in development and not sent back to the heap.

But if the first Polish supercar has any plans to be recognized as a treat to the senses, it has to get past the point of being "in development" and move into becoming a dealership-ready best. Apparently, Arrinera is doing all it can to get the job done and it’s even bringing in help from a very useful source: Lee Noble.

The man responsible for the Noble brand has given his assistance to Arrinera from the very beginning and its no surprise that when the company decided to give the Hussarya a rolling chassis test, Noble was there to give it a spin.

Considering that Noble vehicles are known for their handling, it was a smart move to bring in Lee Noble to see what kind of sagely advice he can give to Arrinera so that the latter can put in into the Hussarya.

We’re still waiting for the supercar to be officially launched as a production model but the wait has been softened a little now that Lee Noble appears to be getting more and more involved in the development of this Polish hammer.

Click past the jump to read about the 2014 Arrinera Hussarya

2014 Arrinera Hussarya

Arrinera Hussarya

We really hope that the Arrinera Hussarya is close to production because it would be a real waste to let this project fade into the sunset.

The car, itself, looks positively stunning, highlighted by countless number of lines that intersect, disappear, and re-emerge. The supercar’s design also has a pair of spoilers that serve as additional air brakes at speeds beyond 150 km/h (93 mph). The two spoilers can be activated by the brake pedal and deploy at an angle of 50 degrees to reduce braking distance.

In terms of performance, the Hussarya is powered by a 6.2-liter V-8 engine that produces 650 horsepower and 604 pound-feet of torque, good enough to hit 0-60 mph in 3.2 seconds to go with a top speed of 211 mph.


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