It is an exciting day for Spyker fans, as it has been announced that there will be a topless version of the sexy B6 Venator hitting production! The Spyker B6 Venator spyder has received the green light thanks to such a warm reception of its coupe counterpart back at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. Pricing for the B6 Venator coupe is expected to start around $135k with the convertible version 10k north of that.
The concept version of the Spyker B6 Venator on display at a show.
Possible production form of the B6?
Tragically, many supercar concepts show up at leading auto shows around the globe annually but never make it to production for one reason or another. Auto shows are used to tout new products and also to test the market for new ideas and concepts. In the end, the response to the Spyker B6 Venator was so positive that the model would survive to see the streets sometime in 2015 or possibly 2016.
The Spyker B6 Venator at a glance:
- The production version is said to pack the same mid-mount 3.5-liter V6 engine as the concept.
- It delivers 375 horses to the rear via a six-speed automated gearbox.
- Aluminum chassis is lightweight and seemingly up to the challenge of harnessing all of that power safely.
- The rear diffuser has been toned down from the concept version along with the tail lamps. Note the added reflectors and such.
- The cabin is loaded with Spyker specialties and a machine-turned aluminum dash.
The first 100 planned examples of the Spyker B6 Venator can be reserved through a bond program, Spyker Venator Bonds. Each will have a personal chassis number, of course, and make a fantastic conversation piece for any exotic car collection.