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Arrinera will be a Polish-British car in the “supercar” segment, which in terms of driving parameters, quality of workmanship and performance can compete with the cars manufactured by the most renowned companies in this market segment. Work on the prototype has been completed and the project is entering the crucial phase of preparing a manufacturing/production version of the car

Arrinera’s design assumptions aim at fulfilling all the following conditions, which distinguish a ”super car” from mass-produced sports cars:

• extraordinarily almost-perfect traction throughout the speed range,
• brake deceleration of 1,1-1,3 g (10,79-12,75 m/sІ),
• power/weight ratio of 1,1-2,9 kg/1HP,
• acceleration 0 — 200 km/h below 10 seconds,
• acceleration 0 — 300 km/h below 30 seconds,
• acceleration to 100 km/h below 4 seconds,
• braking from 300 to 0 km/h below 7 seconds,
• the 0-300-0 km/h test below 40 seconds,
• cornering g-force over 1 ,
• 1/4 mile time below 12 seconds,
• centrally positioned engine,

Lee Noble, a famous British car designer will lend his name to the project. He is currently a member of the supervisory board and a shareholder in Arrinera Automotive S.A. He will be responsible for technical aspects related to the supercar as well as for the design and production of the rolling chassis. Completion of work on the prototype means that the project now enters into the crucial phase of preparing a manufacturing/production version of the car which will take at least 12 months – typical for conditions connected with the production of cars in the ”supercar” segment

Lee Noble is a British entrepreneur, designer and automobile engineer. He has been acclaimed as the most prolific British car manufacturer ever. Across three decades, he has manufactured almost 2000 cars based on his own designs. Almost all of them produced innovative performance, sometimes at the expense of comfort and flashy styling. The first of them – Ultima – was used as a test mule for a model which was to become the fastest production car in the world – the McLaren F1.

As part of implementing its strategy, the management of Arrinera Automotive has signed an exclusive deal for negotiations to buy a 50% stake in Fenix Automotive Ltd from Great Britain, which is involved in the construction project of the Fenix sports car. Arrinera plans to complete the transaction by the end of the third quarter of 2011. This investment will enable Arrinera to carry out the strategy for building a group of companies with a very strong position in the world market of low-volume production in the ”supercar” and sports car segments, gaining access to foreign markets and technology/know-how while operating in a prestigious and elite market. Fenix Automotive is controlled by Lee Noble.

Arrinera Automotive plans to commence production of cars in Poland. Instead of creating its own manufacturing facilities, the company is concentrating on finding suitable subcontractors in our country and talks with potential partners having necessary expertise in car manufacturing are well advanced.

The next step in the execution of the company’s strategy is to begin work on a new car – this time in the “fun car” segment. It is a single- or two seat car, fully open without luggage space, weighing less than 500 kg and power in the range of 200-300 HP. Its price should not exceed 70,000 GBP

Arrinera Automotive expects the target volume of production of all three models will be from 600-700 cars a year.

Arrinera Automotive S.A. is preparing for its first quotation of shares at the New Connect market. The majority shareholder of Arrinera Automotive is the VENO S.A. venture capital fund, listed on the New Connect market for 3 years.