Spyker Reveals B6 Venator Concept

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It's official, ladies and gentleman (and supercar freaks), Spyker are now back in business as their latest B6 Venator Concept lost its covers in Geneva today.
Designed as a compact, 2-door mid-engined sports car of the highest standards, the B6 Venator goes back to the early 20th century to take its name (Venator is Latin for Hunter) and even some of its "aviation heritage" looks.

Spyker wasn't too generous about the car's performance figures, but did say that the B6 will be powered by a "powerful transverse-mounted V6 engine that delivers 375+ bhp", connected to a six-speed automatic transmission.

The all carbon fiber-bodied car bears benefits from an all aluminum chassis and relies on rear-wheel-drive to take all that power to the ground.

According to Spyker, the B6 Venator will enter production "in early 2014 for key markets including Europe, the Middle East, Asia Pacific and India, followed by the US in autumn 2014."

One question Spyker: Will this really be the Porsche 911 killer everybody's talking about?
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