New Supercar From Dutch Firm Vencer
Posted on , by Nick Preston
Do you ever get the feeling that there simply isn’t enough low-volume, exotic supercars on the market to choose from? Well fear no longer, because if Dutch firm Vencer put the Sarthe into production then you may just get your wish.
Named, we presume, from the Circuit de la Sarthe which is home to the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the mid-engine Vencer Sarthe promises to deliver a tubular-steel frame with honeycomb aluminium flooring and body panels made of carbon fiber. The result of which means that this supercars total weight is just 3,058 lbs, with weight distribution of 45% to the front and 55% to the rear.
With spec details from Autoblog.nl, power will be delivered from a GM supplied V8 engine producing 510bhp with 479lb-ft of torque, matched with a six-speed transaxle. The Sarthe claims a top speed of 204 mph and a 0-62 mph time of just 3.8 seconds.
Inside, the Sarthe boasts hand-stitched leather seating, a contemporary infotainment system and other luxuries such as dual-zone automatic climate control.
Vencer Sarthe Pictures
It’s not clear if or when the Sarthe will make the production line, and the asking price is anyone’s guess.