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Spyker B6 Venator Concept Signifies Dutch Supercar Revival


Spyker B6 Venator Concept frontOnce upon a time there was a little car company called Spyker. They produced fantastically detailed and unique cars that were sold in reasonable numbers. Struggling Swedish car manufacturer, Saab, needed a buyer and Spyker had managed to gather enough money to do just that. Try as they might Saab was a sinking ship and as it went under many lost hope for Spyker itself. However, in a rare good news story Spyker is back and with a brand new car! (Story simplified to the level of a 6 year old in a bid to stave of boredom and eventual suicide.)

The Spyker B6 Venator Concept marks a new dawn for the company. It is a 375BHP V6 Porsche 911 fighter with a unique persona. Looking absolutely delicious on its show stand in Geneva, the B6 posses an aluminium chassis and a completely carbon fibre body. Inside the interior is beautifully detailed and intricate in the same way a Swiss watch is. Weighing just less than a 991 911, but lacking 14BHP, we won’t know how the new car stacks up to the established German force until early 2014.

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