The B6 Venator Spyder is set to go on sale next year
The car is set to go on sale for around £135,000
It was revealed to a European audience today
It weighs roughly the same as the coupe
It develops 375bhp, but the V6 engine's displacement is currently unknown
Inside the B6 retains many traditional Spyker elements, such as the aircraft-inspired switchgear
The Spyker B6 Venator Spyder will cost from £135,000 when it goes on sale next year.
The supercar, which made its European premiere at Salon Prive in London today, will be sold alongside the B6 Coupe, which costs £125,000.
Powered by a V6 engine producing in excess of 375bhp, the two-door mid-engined convertible sits on an aluminium platform with carbon fibre bodywork. It made its world debut in Pebble Beach last month.
Speaking at the reveal CEO of Spyker and designer of the B6 Venator Victor Müller said the convertible retained all the design causes of previous Spyker cars, including the C8 Aileron. Such cues include the addition of aircraft-inspired switchgear and exposed gear linkage.
Müller said: "We have for a long time wanted to make a car that was more accessible to our client base. An Aileron at £200,000 is a very hard sell for many people, it's thin air. But if you go down to this price level, all of a sudden you're in an area where many more people can afford your product."
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