While it may not have a supercar’s name, the Polish Arrinera Hussarya supercar is nearing its final design phase, and looks to be a proper demon on the road. Arrinera released these latest images showcasing what the supercar will look like in production form. It seems quite good. 

Power comes from a 650-horsepower 6.2L V8 via GM, and drives the rear wheels through a paddle-shift gearbox. Arrinera expects the car to sprint from 0-60 mph in about 3.2 seconds, and onto a 211 mph top speed. That’s pretty quick. Helping to keep the power on the ground is none other than Lee Noble, founder of the Noble supercar brand, who has been brought in to design the chassis. 

The company hopes to build about 100 cars per year once it moves into its new plant, with an estimated price tag of $160,000. This seems a little steep for a new company, but consider that an Audi R8 V10 can achieve similar 0-60 sprints at about $20,000 more. Arrinera will reveal a fully functional production model later this year.

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[via Motor Authority]