Over the years I have seen some new or returning car companies to have a slice of the supercar pie. We have Spyker, Pagani, Bugatti, Corn-in-a-sack (Koenigsegg), GTA Spano and Marussia.
In a growing yet, small market where only millionaires, people of Monaco and Oil-Reach Arabians (Among others) can actually own these cars, is it really feasible to open a super car company? Well if you have money as much as Bruce Wayne and Tony Stark and the motivation, why not?
Case in point, an upstart called Vencer, from the Netherlands.
The Sarthe is the first product from the company, and is named after the French countryside circuit where the 24 Hours of Le Mans is contested. Much like any other supercar the Sarthe has a steel tube frame with a mid-engined V8 covered in carbon fiber bodywork
The design looks very much inspired by science and the wind tunnel rather than, art and has resembles the McLaren F1 from certain angles. It seems to have an output of 500bhp and reach 100km/h in 3.8 seconds and hit a top speed of 323km/h.
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