Spyker B6 Venator Concept Debuts in Geneva

Spyker is back in business with the attractive and unique B6 Venator Concept, that marks a new beginning for the troubled Dutch automaker that looks to have put the whole Saab issue behind.

The Spyker B6 Venator Concept is a compact, 2-door mid-engine sports car with aviation-inspired elements just as all previous Spyker vehicles. The trademark radiator grille’s mesh is V-shaped and the glass canopy extends rearwards to minimize drag, optimizing performance.

Other highlights include 3D LED rear lights, 19-inch TurboFan wheels, aeroplane inspired cockpit with exclusive high quality materials.

The body is all carbon fibre and power comes from a V6 engine that delivers 375+ bhp mated to a 6-speed automatic.

The Spyker B6 Venator production is scheduled to start in early 2014 with prices expected to start from around £100,000.

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