Dutch supercar maker, Spyker, will launch a convertible version of its new B6 Venator later this year.
Spyker confirmed the open-top B6 late last week, with the convertible likely to share much of the coupe’s mechanical underpinnings.
First shown to the world at this year’s Geneva Motor Show in March, the coupe is powered by a 275kW mid-mounted V6 and boasts a carbonfibre and aluminium body.
The coupe, which goes on sale in early 2014, is expected to cost between US$125,000 and US$150,000 with the Spyder likely to carry a small price premium.
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