Spyker is hoping that a brand new B6 Venator Concept will help to clean off their tarnished reputation from a failed run with the now-bankrupt Saab brand. And judging by the number of exotic and powerful sports cars at this year’s Geneva Motor Show (see: Lamborghini Veneno and Ferrari LaFerrari), this concept just might be their ticket to a fresh new start. This mid-engine, two-door sports car with a large oval mesh grille looks a lot like a jet, which is probably a nod to their days of making airplanes in the early 1900’s, complete with 19-inch fan-style wheels that look like the blades of an engine. With an aluminum chassis and a metallic carbon-fiber body, the B6 Venator Concept pushes all 375 of its horses from its mid-mounted V6 to the back wheels through a six-speed automatic trans. Inside, the jet theme continues with an ignition button that initiates a pre-driving light-check and a polished aluminum dashboard that looks likes a classic airplane instrument panel. Even the name, Venator, means “hunter,” which was the name of one of their old world fighter jets. The Spyker B6 Concept is destined for production and is scheduled to arrive Stateside in Fall 2014 with a price tag in the $125,000 – $150,000 range.