Dutch supercar manufacturer Vencer was established last year by Robert Cobben and is based in Vriezenveen, a small town in the Dutch province of Overijssel.
Their first supercar called Sarthe will make UK debut in early September at the Salon Prive, that runs from Wednesday to Friday the 4th to 6th September.
The Sarthe is mid-engine supercar, exclusively handmade utilising a hybrid space frame chassis, made of high grade tubular steel, with chrome-molybdenum safety structure and rear sub-frame with the floor made up of an aluminium honeycomb structure.
The weight balance is 45-55 front rear.
The 8-cylinder engine produces 510 hp and is linked to a a 6-speed MT gearbox and limited-slip differential. 0-62 mph comes reportedly in 3.8 seconds and the top speed is 204 mph.
The Sarthe is also equipped with ABS and EBD.
Other standard features include climate control system, electric windows, in-car entertainment, central locking, and alarm.