Dutch automotive brand Vencer has unveiled its Sarthe MY 2015 supercar, which boasts a 6.3L V8 supercharged engine with 622BHP and 838 Nm of torque. The Vencer Sarthe is named after the circuit “la Sarthe” and the details incorporated into the car are a subtle tribute to the sports cars from the ’80s Le Mans era. The bodywork of the Sarthe is a tight wrapping of the raw power that lies beneath, expressed in smooth lines and profoundly sculpted flanks. The fluent shape of the car allows the lines to run cleanly from the short bonnet to conclude in a typical and aerodynamic long “Kamm” tail. Low, purposeful and sleek, the Sarthe talks performance and agility.
The typical wide door sills, close-fitting cockpit and central driving position of the Sarthe together with a short nose design, complemented by a long windscreen with direct and unrestricted view on the tarmac, are providing an impressive driving experience that lets the driver become one with the open road. To keep all driving distractions to a minimum, Vencer has developed its own Central Information System. The Vencer CIS system is a convenient and concise multitasking digital display that provides all critical information one may need at a glance.
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