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£200k Vencer Sarthe Supercar

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If you need to get somewhere quickly, a Vencer Sarthe MY 2015 won’t let you down.

Each of these 622bhp supercars is hand built at the Dutch manufacturer’s base in Vriezenveen. And as supercars go, the Sarthe is something of a technophobe...

Vencer have placed a premium of stripping away any “unnecessary computerized driving assistance”. Subsequently, the 6.2-litre V8 engine can deliver 838Nm of torque and features a supercharger for a more immediate throttle response.

Because each car is hand-built, the interiors are highly customisable. The carbon fibre and two-tone leather upholstery is available in nearly any choice of colours.

Vencer’s highly bespoke methods also mean that the rate of production is limited to one car per month, a factor that adds to the exclusivity and price. A brand new Sarthe will set you back 270,882 euros, or £213,000.

Still, it was never going to be picked up in AutoTrader for a couple of hundred nicker, was it?

[Via Hypebeast]

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