Life continues on for Spyker after the Saab debacle as it plans to unveil the B6 Venator Spyder at Pebble Beach.
Boutique supercar company Spyker is just getting over the whole Saab debacle by doing what it does best: building unique supercars instead of trying to own a deeply troubled Swedish brand. At Geneva last March, Spyker unveiled the B6 Venator concept, which is now on its way to production. And to keep the good times rolling, word has it that the Dutch firm will unveil the B6 Venator Spyder concept at Pebble Beach next month. Like its mid-engined coupe counterpart, the Spyder will be powered by a 375 horsepower V6.
The coupe weighs about 3,100 lbs., so expect the open top variant to be a bit heavier. What's more is that the convertible will feature a folding hard top instead of a soft top unit. No word yet on pricing, but since both the coupe and convertible will be aimed squarely at the likes of the Porsche 911 and Lotus Evora, expect for the variants to cost no less than $100,000. In fact, there were some earlier rumors claiming the B6 was in fact based on the Evora or even the now discontinued Artega GT. While nothing has been confirmed, if you compare the cars side-by-side, their overall dimensions are quite similar.