The British entrepreneur Lee Noble, founder of Noble Automotive and the designer of some low-volume sports cars like the Ultima and the first Ascari has helped the Polish supercar De Veno Arrinera in order to get ready for production. The first prototype is ready and has been tested, which means that it should hit the market within more or less twelve months from now.
The car’s look is mostly about sharp and dynamic lines, a bit similar to the Lamborghini Reventón and Aventador. Its aerodynamics is considerably improved by the fact that the front of the car is significantly lower, two air intakes allow cooling air to be directed onto the hot brakes, the back of the, car the large diffuser and the centrally mounted exhausts are designed to resemble the exhaust nozzles of a jet airplane, and the the central positioning of the engine has made cab-forward design.
The chasis of the car will be made out of variable-section high-strength steel, which is extremely light and offers extreme deformation resistance. The body and interiour will be out of carbon/Kevlar composite materials and it will feature an all-around multilink suspension which is optimized for high speed cornering. There will also be upwards-opening doors, high quality leather and composite materials in the interiour, audio system, electric windows, electric mirrors and air conditioning.
The supercar will be powered by a mid-mounted 6.2 liter V8 which provides 650 horsepower and a maximum torque of 820Nm, the weight of the car being only 1,300kg. Due to this, the Arrinera will be able to accelerate from standstill to 100km/h in 3.2 seconds. The 200km/h barrier will be passed in 8.9 seconds and the top speed is 340km/h. As for the braking system there will be six-piston calipers and 380mm brake discs and four-piston calipers and 350mm brake discs for the rear wheels which are located within 19-inch light-alloy wheels with 255/35 R19 tires at the front and 335/30 R19 at the rear.
The build location of the car will be in Poland, and the pricing is expected to start at 100,000 (€ 115,000 or $ 158,500).