Car News 24 Feb 2016

Productivity in Poland

Productivity in Poland

The Arrinera Hussaray has been revealed; the first supercar to be produced by Poland. The Hussaray was previewed as a concept car last year and has subsequently experienced significant modifications. Initially, the Polish supercar was expected to cost around £96,181, however after design alterations and changes in materials the price is expected to increase. The Hussaray will use a 6.2 litre V8 engine which has been adjusted to produce 641bhp and 818Nm of torque. The Polish supercar claims to accelerate from 0-62mph in just 3.2 seconds and 0-124mph in 8.9 seconds, with a top speed of 211mph. The supercar uses a sturdy steel chassis which has been designed by Lee Nobel, the man responsible for the British supercar brand Nobel. There is a carbon fibre exterior package keeping the kerb weight down to just 1300kg. The dimensions of the supercar as are follows; 4450mm long by 2056mm wide and 1190mm high, with 350mm performance brakes and 19 inch wheels. The interior doesn’t offer anything particularly luxurious; it comes with the standard MP3 compatibility, parking sensors and Bluetooth. Although no official details have been released yet, claims suggest that 100 units will be produced each year.

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