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Arrinera Automotive Supercar

Posted on Monday, May 30, 2011

A little-known Polish company Arrinera Automotive plans next month to present a mid-supercar of it's own design, equipped with a 6.2-liter eight with the drive supercharged LS9 (648 hp, 819 Nm), borrowed from Chevrolet Corvette ZR1. At the heart of the car is steel frame on which are mounted body panels of composite materials. In addition, the designs are widely used aluminum. The machine has a guillotine door and finished leather, carbon fiber and aluminum trim interior. Everything else, including the dynamic performance and price, yet kept secret. However, the Poles did not rush to share information - this time not even known a name of a supercar. All that they have provided to the public, this computer sketches of the car.

Judging by them, the design of the car turned out, though not masterpiece, but it's quite modern. Automotive world has known supercars and worse. Predicting the fate of the car, especially without knowing it's price, is meaningless, but the Poles could not be counted on too much attention to this car from potential buyers. Such projects appears once per month in many countries around the world, and few of them left their mark in automotive history.

To build a sports car is quite easy, much harder to regain their place in the sun of the market segment where undivided reign Ferrari, Porsche, Lamborghini and Aston Martin. However, not translated automotive romance, which year after year produce sports cars, with scant chance of success and don't yield to their creators nothing but a headache and loss. But without these people the automotive world, with it's total globalization and standardization, would have looked even more bored.





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