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Autocar Test Dutch Supercar Vencer Sarthe

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A few weeks ago a Dutch firm announced the launch of their new supercar, Vencer Sarthe, and it didn’t really cause that big a stir to be honest. But reading the specs sheet, you can’t help but be impressed with what Vencer has achieved with this car. It is a brilliant effort.

In fact, there is only one thing wrong with Vencer Sarthe, and that is the mahoosive 270,000 Euros (220,000 GBP) price tag. That is Ferrari F12 money, and who’s going to say no to that and yes to this unknown and fairly ugly supercar? If it wants to sell at that price, Sarthe needs to get either more aggressive or more attractive.

Vencer Sarthe Specs:

BIW
  • Body panels : Full Carbon Fibre (CFRP)
  • Chassis : Hybrid space frame with honeycomb structure
POWERTRAIN
  • Engine : 6.3 litre V8 Supercharged, mid-engine
  • Maximum Power [bhp/kW] : 622 / 457 at 6500rpm
  • Maximum Torque [Nm/lb/ft] : 838 / 618 at 4000rpm
  • Gearbox : 6-speed manual transmission gearbox with Torsen limited slip differential
  • Clutch : twin-plate 240mm
SUSPENSION
  • Construction : Double Wishbone front and rear Front
  • Brakes (disc mm / caliper) : 355 mm / 8 piston Rear Brakes (disc mm / cailper) : 355mm / 4 piston
  • Front wheel/tyres : Cast aluminium 9J / 245/35/19 Vredestein Ultrac Vorti
  • Rear wheel/tyres : Cast aluminium 10,5J / 295/30/20 Vredestein Ultrac Vorti

DIMENSIONS

  • Weight : 1390 Kg
  • Weight distribution : 45% front / 55% rear
  • Wheelbase : 2791 mm
  • Length : 4515 mm
  • Width : 1984 mm
  • Height : 1190 mm
  • Fuel capacity : 65 L
FIGURES
  • Top Speed : 338 km/h
  • Acceleration 0-100 km/h : 3,6 s
  • PRICE : from € 270.882,- excluding VAT and local taxes
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