The Dutch automaker has officially announced the 2015 Vencer Sarthe production version. Vencer is a new marquee founded in 2010 headquartered in Vriezenveen, Netherlands. They shared initial images and details of the Sarthe in 2012 and a pre-production version of the car was revealed by Prince Albert II of Monaco at Top Marques Monaco last year. This first car from the automaker has finally reached to the production stage after numerous updates to the pre-production version.
Name of the car is inspired by “Circuit de la Sarthe” and it is described as a back to basics sports car with minimal driving aids. Exterior of the car has been extensively redesigned and now features a new engine cover, restyled quarter glass, open C-pillars, aerodynamic front splinters and automatic rear spoiler. It has a 622 hp 6.3L V-8 supercharged engine producing 618 lb/ft of torque. Top speed of the car is 210 mph and it accelerates from 0-60mph in just 3.6 seconds.
The interior is simple yet elegant with carbon fiber panels and a combination of Alcantara and leather. The Central Information System is also developed by Vencer and displays all relevant information. The 2015 Vencer Sarthe will have a production rate of one unit per month and will be priced at USD 349,159 approximately. This back-to-basics supercar will be hitting the market soon, and the future of the Dutch startup relies heavily on the customer response to it.