Spyker B6 Venator Shows Signs of Life in Geneva

Looking to regain a foothold in the sportscar market, Spyker has officially released its B6 Venator concept in Geneva. Spyker's shrunken down version of the C8 Aileron was given a more realistic market approach as a rival to the Porsche 911 and Alfa Romeo 4C, among others. The compact sportscar bears similar design cues to many modern day Lotus and Porshce vehicles, but keeps in line with a signature, aircraft-inspired style from the Dutch company. Under the hood, the V6 will pump out somewhere near 375-hp via a six speed automatic gearbox with paddle shifters.

Spyker B6 Venator Shows Signs of Life in Geneva

Inside, the highly futuristic "cockpit" sports a gorgeous diamond-quilted, tan interior and an exposed gear shift lever– a Spyker staple. The B6 is expected to go on sale early next year in Europe and Asia. The American market won't see the Venator until later that fall for a price of somewhere between $125-$150K.

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