Mention the word ‘supercar’, and you’ll get varied reactions, ranging from appreciation for the faster and stylish production cars of today, to debates on what constitutes the ‘supercar’ tag. Indeed, how does the market defines a supercar, and what are the best examples? During the 1980s to 1990s, car enthusiasts and critics are one in saying that the best examples of supercars are the Ferrari F40, Lamborghini Countach and Porsche 959. These are the favorite subjects for many posters, cars that evoke the high life and outrageous performance, that only a few can buy and drive. Today, dozens of cars are competing for the title, but only a few manages to live up to expectations and be called part of the new breed of supercars.
1. Hussarya 33 by Arrinera Automotive
This is Poland’s first take on a supercar, and a creation that will definitely impress even the most selective car owner and enthusiast out there. Named after the Hussar cavalry, the Hussarya 33 by Arrinera Automotive, is an example of supercar that confidently fuses superb performance on the road, high end specs and cool aesthetics that can give Ferrari a run for its money.
The most basic Hussarya 33 that you can sample in the market today comes with a 6.2-liter and a mid-mounted V8 engine which is designed to deliver up to 650 horsepower. This powerful unit can easily move from 0 to 62 mph in just 3.2 seconds, and can go to a max of 211 mph. Well, this may not be the best supercar out there, but these are impressive specs knowing that this is a supercar designed by an outsider. And if you are impressed and you want to order one, keep in mind that the 2015 edition is available in limited number, and yes, only 33 units are available.it is expected that the Hussarya 33 by Arrinera will be sold for €160,000 or roughly $218,000.