It Turns Out the Dutch Know How to Build a Kick Ass Supercar

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They don't just make great cheese and wooden shoes.

The Netherlands isn't a country that first comes to mind when it comes to building supercars. Or any type of car for that matter. Although there are a couple of exceptions. There's Spyker, Donkervoort, and now Vencer. Having made its official debut earlier this year at the Top Marques Monaco Show, the production-spec, mid-engined Vencer Sarthe is powered by a Hennessey-tuned 6.3-liter supercharged V8 producing 622 horsepower and 618 lb-ft of torque. 0-60 mph happens in a brief 3.6 seconds and Vencer claims it has a top speed of 210 mph.

With its carbon-fiber body and advanced spaceframe technology, it tips the scales at 3,064 lbs. And it has no traction control or ESP. Could this be one of the greatest supercars on the market today? Check out Autocar's review to find out.

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