Okay, so it sounds like an Italian pasta special, but the Arrinera is a bonafide high-powered supercar out of… Poland. Though it certainly doesn’t break any new ground, design-wise, except for possibly the insanely busy and somewhat disjointed rear end, it does echo some of the same elements from recent Lamborghinis, such as the Murcielago. Squared off intakes and scissor doors are just a couple of examples. The carbon fiber and kevlar composite structure sits on top of a tubular steel frame, so it shouldn’t weigh down the 638 horsepower, 6.2 liter supercharged V8 engine pulled from the Corvette ZR1. No word on production or cost, but it will most likely not cost as much as its more exotic friends from Italy. The issue is not so much whether or not the Arrinera will perform, but who will buy Poland’s first supercar? ‘Tis a mystery for the ages.
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