Among the many supercars available in the world, stands the lonely and lovely Polish supercar - the Arrinera Hussarya GT. Initially conceptualized and aimed to be launched in 2012, the Hussarya finally made its debut at the 2016 Goodwood Festival of Speed and tackled the famous hill climb. And now, after showing its prowess at the Goodwood, Hussarya prototype has finally landed back in its home turf - Poland.
The Arrinera Hussarya GT visited the European country during a road tour which consisted of several beautiful Polish cities. The aim of the Hussarya visit was to get the supercar get clicked in the picturesque locations of Szczecin, Wroclaw and the capital city of Warsaw. The Hussarya is based on the GT4 racer with a tubular frame, carbon fiber body, V8 engine and a sequential Hewland gearbox.
First up is the city of Szczecin with its cobblestone-paved terraces overlooking the Odra river, with the flowing corners and monumental buildings atop the hill. While it may be an unusual location for a race car photoshoot, the Hussarya GT made it awesome, standing in a park with the natural chiaroscuro environment. Later, the Arrinera stood with a backdrop of the Philharmonic (received the Mies van der Rohe prixe for the most beautiful building in Europe 2015 award) followed by a secret location deep in Szczecin’s harbor, and newly rebuilt bank of the river, remodeled for the Tall Ships Races.
Next up in the Wroclaw, the Arrinera was parked in front of the 13th century town hall and was surrounded by a crowd, including both Polish people and foreigners, creating a lot of stir. The crowd was anxious to take pictures of themselves with the sleek looking race car standing in the centre of the 2016 European Culture Capital.
Last but not the least was Warsaw, the capital of the Poland, which also happens to be the heritage capital. The Arrinera had a photoshoot in front of the Pilsudski Square, named after the political leader who helped Poland make a mark on the European map in 1918. The now parade ground was once dominated by the Saski Palace until the World War II.
The photoshoot of the Husayara Arrinera ended with the car being driven around the square and from there to the National Opera House, which boasts of the largest theater stage in Europe. The prototype was later taken back to the UK for further testing and development.
The video of the photoshoot is attached above!