It takes quite a lot of confidence to name your first ever supercar after the French race track that holds the Le Mans 24 Hours competition. It means that as a young automaker your goals are by no means modest. That’s the first thing that we like abut Dutch supercar maker Vencer.
Powering this gorgeous-looking vehicle is a 6.3-liter supercharged V8 that puts out 622 horsepower and 618 pound-feet of torque. All that force can easily push the 3,000 pound car to speeds of over 210 mph. also, 3.6 seconds are enough for it to reach the 62 mph threshold.
Control is achieved with help from the 6-speed manual gearbox with limited-slip differential and twin-plate clutch. The supercar’s structural strength comes from its honeycomb lightweight chassis (chrome-molybdenum) and carbon fiber body. All this coolness comes with a starting price of $349,636.
Courtesy of: RD