CEO insists production model will be ready this year.
Spyker has been working hard to get the B6 Venator production-ready by the end of the year, and thanks to Auto Week we can show you what it will look like. Compared to the concept unveiled in Geneva last year and the Spyder version that came to Pebble Beach in August, the production B6 Venato appears to have more toned down foglights, a more simplified diffuser, and the hood has received some cooling vents.
As a nod to Spyker's aviation roots, the taillights appear as a jet plane's afterburners, there's an all-glass cockpit, and the wheels sport turbine styling. Spyker CEO Victor Muller also insists the B6 Venator's swooping side crease was inspired by the 1919 Spyker C1 Aerocoque. Power is rumored to come from the Lotus Evora's 3.5-liter supercharged V6 rated at 345 hp. Muller confirmed that "first pre-production cars are being built right now. By the end of this year, we'll be in a position to put it into production."