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Vencer is a Dutch automaker founded in 2010. Vencer produces high end "analog" GT supercars with minimal electronic driving interference such as traction control. The first prototype, the Vencer Sarthe, was shown in Monaco in 2013.
The Vencer Sarthe is a mid-engined, two-seat sports car with a GM sourced 6.3 liter supercharged V-8 engine that is tuned by Hennessey in USA.
It has a six-speed British built Ricardo manual gearbox, an in-house built carbon-fibre composite body that is mounted on a chrome-molybdenum tube-steel spaceframe with an aluminium honeycomb floor. The suspension is double wishbone at all four corners and it has a kerb weight of 1470 kilos (2340 lbs).