After positive reaction at the Geneva Motor Show on concept B6 Venator, Spyker has decided to start the serial production of supercars.
“Admission to the concept B6 Venator that was met in Geneva exceeded our expectations, so there is no doubt that he will get his serial version,” said CEO, Victor Muller. “It’s too early to tell the serial model specification, but I can tell you that the final design of the car will not be much different from the concept version,” Muller said in a statement to the media.
The concept shown in Geneva is characterized by a large grille (after the Spyker C8 Aileron), which gives the front of the car look very aggressive, as well as a transparent panoramic roof. The special charm of the concept give taillights inspired by the look of the rear of the engine at the front of jets. The interior is designed in a retro style and dominated materials of leather and aluminum. Commands in the center console and instruments resemble on those of the old aircraft.
Venator concept B6 chassis is made of aluminum, while the body is made of carbon fiber. Spyker was stingy when it comes to the technical details and performance, but is known that the car is equipped with a centrally located V6 engine with a maximum power exceeding 375 hp.
Production of the new Spyker is planned for the beginning of the 2014, and the car will initially be offered to customers in Europe, India and the Middle and Far East. Venator in autumn 2014 should be available in the U.S. market. It is estimated that the new B6 Venator will cost at around $150,000.