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Initially unveiled in Geneva back in March, Dutch automotive manufacturer Spyker has introduced a further look and additional info regarding its upcoming B6 Venator. Named for the Latin word for “hunter,” the Venator is a nod to the early 20th century Spyker Hunter fighter aircraft and, as such, features an aircraft-inspired canopy, afterburner-esque LED taillights, and 19-inch alloy wheels reminiscent of a Turbofan. Under the hood a V6 mid-engine supplies upwards of 375 hp to the rear wheels via a six-speed automatic transmission while the interior of the vehicle sees premium leather upholstery, aluminum accents and fighter plane-inspired instruments. Due to be accompanied by the B6 Venator Spyder – a convertible version of the automobile – Spyker’s latest creation is set to make its debut in the early months of 2014 before hitting North America that fall for between $125,000 USD and $150,000 USD.