Dutch supercar startup prepares to launch production version of the concept in presented last year.
Every year we see another handful of companies popping up to make their own supercars. Most come and go with barely a whisper, but we're not ones to complain about a new supercar on the scene. In the past few months alone since the start of the new year, we've seen such examples as Tushek (from Slovenia), Volar-e (Spain and Croatia) and Lykan (Lebanon)…and now we have one more in the Vencer Sarthe.
The Dutch startup unveiled a concept supercar last year, but is now coming to the Top Marques show in Monaco next month with the production version, releasing a pair of teaser images previewing a reportedly significantly altered design. Powering the mid-engined Sarthe (which takes its name not from some Star Wars villain but from the track where Le Mans is held) is a 510-horsepower V8 mated to a six-speed manual transmission with a limited-slip differential. With just over 3,000 lbs to motivate, the Vencer Sarthe is said to be capable of reaching 62 in 3.8 seconds and top out at 202 mph.