Automotive enthusiasts are currently being wowed by the Spyker B6 Venator Concept at the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland. After Spyker’s Saab implosion, the company is hinging its future success on the sleek luxury sports car.
Designed by Spyker CEO Victor Muller, the mid-engine concept is fashioned with a V-Shaped mesh grill, reminiscent of the brand’s vintage models.
Paying homage to the company’s aircraft lineage, the B6 Venator includes wraparound LED tail lamps designed to resemble jet engine burners. Plus, its impressive 19-inch “Turbofan” wheels are ideal for extreme cornering.
Autoblog notes the car’s 375-horsepower V6 engine and six-speed automatic gearbox as “relatively modest,” but its 3,100 pound design compensates perfectly.
The B6 is available for purchase in 2014 throughout the Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and the Americas. Spyker officials haven’t provided official pricing, yet there has been some speculation it will range between $125,000 and $150,000.
Enjoy the following slideshow of Spyker’s new beauty:
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