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The Vencer Sarthe: The 'very balanced' Dutch supercar to be unveiled to Britain at Salon Privé

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Published: 10 June 2013

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Dutch super car manufacturer Vencer will reveal the Sarthe to the UK for the first time in the stunning grounds of Syon House.

Vencer was established in 2012 by Robert Cobben and is based in Vriezenveen. The first Vencer is the Sarthe, which had its world premiere in Monaco in April and Salon Privé is delighted to host it’s UK reveal.

The Sarthe is a low volume exclusively handmade mid-engine sports car which utilises a hybrid space frame chassis, made of high grade tubular steel, with chrome-molybdenum safety structure and rear sub-frame with the floor made up of an aluminium honeycomb structure. This combination of materials and techniques results in a lightweight, super strong and rigid chassis.


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The eight-cylinder engine is placed behind the driver, in a mid-engine configuration. The engine is directly bolted onto the six-speed MT gearbox. Due to this configuration the car has a very balanced weight distribution of 45 pr cent front and 55 per cent at the rear.

The Vencer 'double wishbone' ensures a pure and direct vehicle control without additional electronic interference. Only ABS and EBD are present to properly support the driver in difficult and unsafe situations.

To ensure a comfortable and optimal driving experience, the Sarthe is equipped with an efficient climate control system. Electric windows, in-car entertainment, central locking, and alarm as standard.  However, upon customer requests the car can be equipped with additional features.


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