The all-new Dutch supercar, named the Vencer Sarthe, has been recently unveiled, with its carbon fiber body, tubing chassis and V8 engine.
Whenever we see a new supercar rolling out the assembly line and wearing an unknown logo on its body we can’t help think about Pagani and eventually compare the model in question with the very first Zonda, wondering “what if?” while analyzing its body, engine and performance figures. The latest creation of such a vehicle is coming all the way from the Netherlands, where Vencer, a local car manufacturer, has presented its latest creation, named the Sarthe supercar. According to the Dutch based automaker, the Vencer Sarthe is coming with a carbon fiber body and a V8 engine.
The Vencer Sarthe supercar is a hand-built vehicle which is riding on a steel and chrome-moly tubing chassis, covered by a carbon fiber body and sitting on 19 / 20-inch alloy wheels. Power to the Vencer Sarthe is coming from a mid-mounted V8 engine, which is developing a total output of 503 horsepower and a peak torque of 650 Nm (480 lb-ft). The unit is mated to a six-speed manual transmission which is sending power to the rear wheels via a limited slip differential. The 0 to 100 km/h acceleration is done in 3.8 seconds and the supercar can achieve a top speed of 326 km/h (202 mph). Pricing is yet to be announced.