Spyker COO John Walton has revealed the B6 Venator has been delayed for a second time.

Spyker COO John Walton has revealed the B6 Venator has been delayed for a second time.

Speaking to Bold Ride, Walton said “The plan was to start production at the back end of this year, but it will now be in early of 2015." However, he declined to mention when the B6 Venator concept was originally unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show the company promised to "begin production in early 2014."

Delays aside, Walton revealed the coupe will cost $135,000 and the convertible will "probably [have] a premium of $10,000 more." The executive also confirmed the model will have a modern touchscreen infotainment system and the coupe will be offered with an optional 2+2 seating arrangement.

Assuming the Spyker Venator Bonds aren't junk bonds, the model will be powered by a V6 engine that develops more than 375 PS (276 kW). It will be connected to a six-speed manual but a six-speed automatic transmission will be optional.

 

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