Protoype racer sounds glorious in the empty streets of the Polish capital

It’s been four years since Polish supercar brand Arrinera debuted the Venocara Concept and since then, the concept has evolved into the Hussarya and various other iterations after that, including the 800-horsepower Hussarya 33 and its track-only sister, the Hussarya GT.

The Hussarya GT has made quite an impression on the auto world since making its debut in January 2016 at the Autosport International in Birmingham, England. Since then, it also became the first Polish car to complete the world famous hill climb at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Now, the blue prototype is back in its home country where Arrinera was kind of enough to film the car laying waste to the streets of Warsaw.

This video lasts less than a minute, but that’s all the time it really takes for the 430-horsepower Hussarya GT to make an impression. The output may not scream supercar, but the Hussarya GT isn’t being prepared to be one.

According to Arrinera, the Hussarya GT is being designed to compete in the GT4 series in Europe where the Polish automaker hopes it’s going to fit right in as an instant contender in the series. Judging by how it was running in the video, it’s hard to imagine otherwise.

Arrinera Hussarya GT

2014 Arrinera Hussarya Exterior
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Read our full review on the Arrinera Hussarya GT here.

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