Spyker's new Porsche-hunting coupe has been revealed ahead of its Geneva Motor Show unveiling this week, surfacing on the company's Facebook page.
Dubbed 'B6 Venator' (Latin for 'Hunter'), the new sports coupe teases the next step in the Dutch carmaker's bid to move on from its failed Saab project.
The Venator's styling follows in the footsteps of its larger C8 Aileron sibling, with a wide open front grille, arrowhead headlights and a diving bonnet opening.
The B6 is expected to be a mid-engine rear-wheel drive sports car, although being Spyker, we might be in for a surprise.
Power will reportedly come from a 280kW V6 engine, matched to an automatic six-speed transmission.
The new coupe is expected to feature an aluminium chassis wrapped in carbon-fibre panels, keeping weight down to around 1400kg.
Speaking with the Wall Street Journal, Spyker boss Victor Muller reportedly confirmed a price of around $160-200,000 in European markets.