Posted on: Jul 17, 2012
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Arrinera Redesigns its Polish Supercar


Arrinera Automotive redefines Pole Position in releasing sketches of what could be the final version of its supercar.
Arrinera Automotive has stirred up some controversy since the announcement of its as-of-yet unnamed supercar. The Polish company has had to respond to claims in the past that their model was a fake (though that claim has been rebuffed by their chief exec) and then we heard it would go through a redesign before it was ready for production. Controversies aside, it appears as if their supercar is on its way at long last, with a score of sketches recently released depicting what could be the final design of the Polish supercar.

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The Lee Noble-fettled product should feature the chassis guru's independent, multi-link suspension and the Corvette ZR1's 6.2-liter supercharged LS9 V8. Producing 650 horsepower and 604 pound-feet of torque, the Arrinera is claimed to reach 62mph from rest in 3.2 seconds and run a quarter-mile in 11 seconds flat. Top-end speed was measured at 211mph thanks in part to a relatively light weight of only 2,866 lbs. Whether the new designed matches or bests those times remains to be seen. Check out Arrinera Automotive's latest batch of sketches in the gallery below and let us know what you think about the redesigned model.

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