The Arrinera Hussarya has quickly grown to become one of our favorite yet-to-be-produced supercars. Since 2010, the Polish-born brand- developed in part with Lee Noble, a man who stole our hearts with the M600- soon found themselves in the limelight throughout the auto community, although, mostly for all the wrong reasons.
Now, having lain most negativity to rest, Arrinera hopes to move the Hussarya project closer to production. While original reports said that the goal was for a mid to late run of 2013, Arrinera tells us that “middle 2014 is more feasible.” Also saying that the engineering team is in the process of “building the rolling chassis…complete within approx. 3 months.”
Arrinera didn’t divulge any details as to what will power the Polish Princess, but we expect the same 6.2L 650-hp V8 detailed last year to be present when the Hussarya hits production sometime next year.