A new supercar brand has arrived. The Dutch company Vencer has released their Sarthe supercar to the public after a long development phase.
The rear-wheel drive Sarthe is built around a tubular steel frame and has a floor made of an aluminum honeycomb structure. The exterior is made of carbon fiber. The weight of the two-seater is only 1,390kg with a weight distribution of 45 percent front and 55 rear. The dimensions of the supercar are 4.515 x 1.984 x 1.190mm and the wheelbase is 2.79 meters long.
The suspension is a double wishbone setup. Stopping power is achieved via discs with a diameter of 385mm at the front and rear. The center positioned GM-sourced V8 produces 510hp and 650Nm of torque. The engine is linked to a six-speed manual gearbox, which converts the power to the 20 inch rear wheels via a limited slip differential. At the front the Dutch company fitted 19 inch wheels. The 0-100km/h time is 3.8 seconds and it will hit a top speed of 326km/h.
The cabin features a hand-stitched leather interior with in-car entertainment and climate control.