The Dutch automaker, Vencer, has officially revealed the 2015 Sarthe production version after a period of testing and validation.
Last year a pre-production prototype of the Vencer Sarthe was revealed by Prince Albert II of Monaco at Top Marques exhibition in Monaco. With over 100 changes and modifications made on the model, the 2015 Vencer Sarthe is now ready for production.
The automaker says the Vencer Sarthe is named after the circuit “la Sarthe” and the styling of the car is meant to give a “subtle tribute to the sports cars from the '80s Le Mans era.” The 2015 Sarthe is built using carbon fiber lightwieght materials along with a new quarter glass design, open airflow C-pillars, new engine cover, aerodynamic front splitters and an automatic rear spoiler.
Inside, Vencer incorporated a clear and clean minimalist interior that focuses on driving essentials. It has a digital Central Information System that displays all critical vehicle information. The interior panels are finished in carbon fiber to further save weight and a two-tone leather with Alcantara inserts comes as standard. Moreover, Vencer says a wide variety of materials can be selected to customize the vehicle with bespoke options to make each Sarthe unique.
The 2015 Vencer Sarthe is powered by a 6.3-liter V8 supercharged engine that delivers 621 PS @ 6500 rpm and 838 Nm of torque @ 4000 rpm.
Prices for the 2015 Vencer Sarthe are starting from € 270,882 (around PHP 15.5 million).