Outside, nearly all the design is shared with its hardtop twin, albeit sans roof and with a bright purple paint scheme (technically sort of a magenta). Under the hood the Venator sports the same 375-hp V6, paired to a six-speed automatic transmission.
On the inside, Spyker’s signature designs shines through. Exposed aluminum comes paired to a sophisticated mocha leather set of inserts. Knobs, switches, air vents and of course the gear lever, all appear in a simple, exposed layout.
Pricing for both the hard top and convertible are estimated to start at somewhere near $150K when they go on sale late 2014, 2015 in the U.S.