202mph Dutch supercar set for Salon Privé debut
Despite this, Vriezenveen-based Vencer hope to put the Netherlands on the automotive map with the Sarthe - a 202mph, V8-powered supercar that ditches the electronic aids for a pure, unadulterated driving experience.
The bright orange machine has been a year in the making but Vencer will be bringing its baby to the Salon Privé in London's Syon Park in September of this year, where it will be revealed to UK car-lovers for the first time.
Vencer says the Sarthe will pack performance to match the sharp looks and thanks to liberal use of carbon fibre, the car tips the scales at just shy of 1390kg, meaning the 0-60mph dash can be completed in just 3.8 seconds.
Very few electrical driver's aids will get in the way of the mid-engined driving thrills as the Dutch firm has announced that just ABS and electric brakeforce distribution will help keep the Sarthe on the road.
Customers can expect standard options to include: Electric windows, remote central locking, an alarm system and in-car entertainment but extras and personal requests will be catered for.
There is no official word on pricing but considering this will be an extremely low volume vehicle and one that incorporates a plethora of expensive materials, you can expect it to cost a lot more than your run-of-the-mill Ford Focus.
Take a closer look at the Sarthe in the gallery below