Breakups can be hard but sometimes the best way to move on is with something sexy, exotic and fun. Spyker seems to agree as they're putting the Saabpocalypse behind them with the attractive B6 Venator concept.

Breakups can be hard but sometimes the best way to move on is with something sexy, exotic and fun. Spyker seems to agree as they're putting the Saabpocalypse behind them with the attractive B6 Venator concept.

Recently unveiled in Geneva, the B6 Venator is a mid-engine sports car which is designed to deliver a "rare combination of heritage, design, performance and exclusivity."

Named after the Latin word for "Hunter," the Venator recalls the Spyker Hunter aircraft from the early 20th century. As such, the model has an aircraft-inspired canopy with glass that extends rearwards to minimize drag. There's also afterburner-inspired LED taillights and 19-inch Turbofan-style alloy wheels.

In traditional Spyker fashion, the interior is awash with high quality materials and premium accents. Notable highlights include premium leather upholstery, turned aluminum trim and aircraft-inspired instruments.

Detailed performance specifications were not released, but power is provided by a V6 engine that develops more than 375 HP (276 kW). It is connected to a six-speed automatic transmission that sends power to the rear wheels.

The B6 Venator is slated to go into production in early 2014 and will be available in Asia, Europe, India and the Middle East. Following the initial roll out, the Venator will come to America in the fall of 2014 and sell for $125,000 to $150,000.

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