The Venturi 400 GT is an evolution of the 400 whose production was decidedly much more limited (only 13 specimens of the first series and 2 of a second). The car was presented by Henri Pescarolo, a French driver, in 1994 at the company’s headquarters in Couëron. The main differences consisted of a series of small changes suitable for road approval, while the engine was the same as the race version, with a 5-speed manual gearbox and a top speed of 290 km/h. The interior, however, was very different, which was obviously of higher quality, taking up that of the Venturi 260. The 400 GT was equipped with a catalytic converter, as in the latest versions of the 260.
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🏎 Venturi 400 GT
📍 France
🛠 V6 Twin Turbo 24V
💨 4,7 seconds
🔝 290km/h
💶 No longer on sale
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