Meet the Polish supercar with a weird name: Arrinera Hussarya
Arrinera was founded in 2008 by two brothers from Warsaw and in 2011, they announced they would start making a new supercar. The original Hussarya had a 6.2-litre V8 with 789 bhp. Arrinera said it could do 0-60 in 3 seconds and reach a top speed of 217 mph (350 kph).
The name was revealed in 2012, you might have to read this twice, it's called the Hussarya. The name hails back to the Hussar Cavalry, a historical Polish cavalry from the 16th century.
You may have never heard of them but Arrinera won the GT class at the 2017 Goodwood Speed Festival. Good on them.
In recent times, Arrinera came up with a new, all-electric supercar. The company is currently based in Warwick, England.
all pictures courtesy of Arrinera Automotive media