First impressions are everything. Afterall, you never do get a second chance. So, after a development process that has gone on for years – since the beginning of 2012 – and has over 100 key changes to it compared to its flagship model from back in 2010, the 2015 Vencer Sarthe has been officially unveiled. Ready for production, the Dutch specialty car that draws its name from the “Circuit de la Sarthe,” comes with a new body and a new powerplant, which most prominently includes an eight-cylinder 6.3-liter supercharged engine developing 622 HP and 618 lb-ft of torque. While the old version needed 3.8 seconds to hit 62mph, the 2015 edition needs only 3.6 with a top-out speed 7.5 digits higher. Under the frame, the 2015 Sarthe comes with an “open air-flow” design that benefits from a double wishbone suspension, carbon fiber body panels, and a chrome-molybdenum frame. Inside the cabin, minimalism is the theme, with leather, carbon fiber, and Alcantara everywhere. Set to be built at the rate of one unit per month, the 2015 Vencer Sarthe can be sitting in your European villa’s driveway for a cool €270,882. Plus taxes.