For the most part, most of today’s supercars call the European continent their home. The growing trend of these high-powered machines has stretched far and wide in the continent with established countries like Germany, Italy, and the UK being joined in the supercar arms race by Sweden, Denmark, and Spain, among other countries.

Now you can add Poland to the mix.

The country best known for their polish sausages is set to introduce their very first supercar courtesy of Arrinera Automotive. The name for this Lamborghini-inspired beast hasn’t been announced yet, but Arrinera has nonetheless released a number of renderings to give us a first look on what to expect when this Polish hammer hits the streets in the future.

UPDATE 02/10/12: Arrinera has unveiled a new video that takes us behind the scenes of the official video previously unveiled. The video depicts the enormous effort made by the producer as well as the Arrinera team. Hit the jump to watch the video.

UPDATE 05/02/12: Arrinera has officially released the final specs of the Venocara Supercar, as well as the pricing details for it. Find out how powerful this Polish supercar really is and how big of a hole it’s going to have on your pockets after the jump!

This review has been updated with official details of the Arrinera Supercar


2012 Arrinera Venocara Concept High Resolution Exterior
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Your eyes aren’t fooling you; the Arrinera supercar looks a hell of a lot like a Lamborghini. But despite the similarities, the Arrinera also sports some unique styling cues that’s all its own, including a dramatic body language that came from the creative mind of Pavlo Burkatskyy. The full use of creases and sharp angles affirms the supercar’s aggressive and futuristic stance while the scissor doors reinforce the Lamborghini-like inspiration behind the design. Even the rear end, despite its high-flowing styling cues, points to a little touch-up from the Aventador. The striped LED tail lamp-set up, the large diffuser, and the centrally mounted exhausts are sharp as tacks and certainly draws a great deal of attention.

The Arrinerar will ride on a tubular steel chassis and will come with a carbon Kevlar body with plenty of carbon fiber and aluminum accents. It will glide along the streets with large diameter light alloy wheels wrapped around ultra low profile tires, 255/30 R19 at the front and 335/30 R20 at the rear. Stopping power will come from Ceramic brake discs.


2012 Arrinera Venocara Concept High Resolution Interior
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Inside, the Arrinera supercar is covered to the nines of luxury and extravagance. Leather and composite materials are only two of the many items inside the supercar that caters to high-end customers. The supercar also include four-point harnesses and roll bars positioned behind the seats for additional safety while a thermal imaging camera can be had as an added option. This camera picks up any object that has a higher temperature than the environment up to 100 meters ahead of the car. When this human or animal is picked up by the camera, an image of the object will show up on the display neatly displayed in the center console.


2012 Arrinera Venocara Concept High Resolution Exterior
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The Arrinera Supercar is powered by a 6.2-liter, mid-mounted V8 engine that delivers 650 horsepower and 604 lb/ft of torque. According to Arrinera, the prized machine has beyond impressive numbers to justify the monstrous engine. Acceleration from 0-62 mph can be accomplished in just 3.2 seconds with a quarter-mile time of 11 seconds and a top speed of a mind-blowing 211 mph. It’s not in the level of the Agera R’s and Veyron’s of the world, but it can certainly hold its own against the likes of the 458 Italia and the MP4-12C.


2012 Arrinera Venocara Concept High Resolution Exterior
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The Arrinera Venocara Supercar comes with a price of $160,060, excluding destination charges and local taxes.

Meanwhile, a possible second model - a roadster version - is set to be offered in either single or two-seat configurations and weighing only under 500 kg. This particular model, despite still being clouded in mystery, is expected to retail for ₤70,000 ($111,000).


2012 Arrinera Venocara Concept High Resolution Exterior
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Since the Arrinera supercar reminds us of a Lamborghini, then why don’t we just see if the former has what it takes to usurp the latter’s precious new creation, the Aventador LP700-4. Clearly, this is the ultimate example of an upstart trying to make a name for itself at the expense of what is considered as one of the most iconic supercar brands in the world today.

In terms of looks, the Arrinera supercar doesn’t disappoint; it actually makes a pretty compelling design that has the influence of no less than Lee Noble. Comparing it to the Aventador is like comparing a hot girl with her beautiful cousin; it’s subject to interpretation and taste more than anything else. Both score great on our eyes with the Aventador’s front profile being a little ’angrier’ than the Arrinera while the Polish supercar’s rear end sporting more attitude than its Lambo counterpart.

Performance is where the Aventador has the leg-up, albeit not by much. It carries a 6.5-liter V12 engine that produces 700 horsepower and 509 lb/ft of torque, which is a little higher than what the Arrinera is capable of.

But the biggest discrepancy between the two is arguably the most important thing about cars of these stature: price.

Compared to the Lamborghini Aventador’s price tag of $379,700, the Arrinera supercar will only set you back less than half of what you’ll need to shell out for the new Lamborghini. But that’s not to say that the former is overpriced because you still have to pay premium money for the brand itself. But if image isn’t your concern and you’re just looking for a sweet alternative to the more expensive exotics, the Arrinera supercar could be a very feasible candidate.

2012 Arrinera Venocara Concept High Resolution Exterior
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  (830) posted on 08.22.2012

I honestly like the video they have for this Venocara. I’m looking ahead to see this on the production.

  (201) posted on 08.21.2012

650 horsepower is good. But if this car will be racing against Acura or Bugati, this car hasn’t got what it takes to win.

  (577) posted on 06.4.2012

It features the scissor doors which are very much interesting as it is still considered unique.

  (539) posted on 05.31.2012

It’s undeniable that its most pompous component is the scissor doors. Nonetheless, all the other details have been part of its captivating appeal too.

  (472) posted on 05.4.2012

At first, only its scissor doors have attracted me, but then I began to notice its overall design which I find captivating because of the aggressive it exudes. It turns out that its performance is also fierce too!

  (336) posted on 03.1.2012

I love its scissor doors that make it more sportier. It looks like a twin or the updated version of Lamborghini LP700, but this has the compelling design that makes it more approving to the eyes.

  (596) posted on 03.1.2012

I am totally in love with this car! Its engine is dynamic; I’m reassured it will perform really well. Of course, the aesthetic touches internally matter. They did a proper job on designing it!

  (594) posted on 02.28.2012

This is totally fantastic. You can actually see the efforts the makers exerted to make this on top innovations. What’s greater is it isn’t that expensive.

  (501) posted on 02.21.2012

This Venocara has a very powerful engine and very impressive exterior designs. The best thing about this car is that, it is quite cheaper compared to other supercars that it only cost half of the other brand’s price.

  (320) posted on 02.20.2012

The impressive exterior was oozing with confidence while the interior was definitely a good place stay to feel its warmth and gaming ambiance. One great thing to know is that it has an affordable price.

  (463) posted on 02.16.2012

Wow! The angst door looks like a wings to fly on. This must be totally high-tech. The front bumper talks a lot about the concept. This could have a powerful engine and has an impressive exterior design. It’s nice to hear that it’s not that much expensive compared to others.

  (830) posted on 10.19.2011

A batman car?Anyway, I’m so impressed with the angst and aggressiveness of this super car!As for the other features of this, I can say that I’m not impressed with the interior touch of this Venocara.

  (224) posted on 08.31.2011

Well, this car is still a concept. The speed performance of the car is kind of awesome. However, the styling and platform of the vehicle are not so stunning. 

  (296) posted on 08.31.2011

I think it would be better if they have built their own platform. The figure performance of the car is pretty impressive! I think this would be an awesome vehicle. 

  (402) posted on 08.24.2011

Although the car doesn’t have an impressive styling I have to say that I got excited on its deliver power output.

  (530) posted on 08.24.2011

Well, I guess it would be better if they have built there own platform. Now, don’t stop me if I doubt the reliability of this vehicle.

  (415) posted on 08.11.2011

Therefore, it’s Poland’s first supercar ever and yet it’s like a beast too with its 638 horse power and 6.2 liter V-8 engine. I can say that it’s a good innovation. Looking on it by the front and side portion, but I hate the design used in its upper back portion.

  (287) posted on 08.2.2011

I thought it was a Camouflage Lamborghini car. HAHA! By the way, Europe made their way to this industry so more probably other countries out there will also create their own specialty on cars.

  (472) posted on 08.2.2011

I completely agree! The platform and design of the car look so unoriginal. However, the speed performance of the car is quite insane! I bet this vehicle would be a speedy. The styling seems interesting. However, I would love to see them come up with their own platform and styling.

  (594) posted on 08.2.2011

My main concern for this Polish car would be its originality. As a newbie in this industry, I think it would be better if they come up with their own design.. I’m afraid that people would remember them as the shadow of Italian car just by basing their first production on the already successful car like the Lamborghini.

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