Motoring / Cars and Bikes

1993 Venturi 400 Trophy

Founded in 1984 by engineers Claude Poiraud and Gérard Godfroy, Venturi Automobiles’ establishment of a joint Venturi-Larousse F1 race team in 1992 led to the creation of a one-make racing series, the Venturi Trophy. An ultra-rare French car that was one of the early post-war attempt at building a sporty luxury car in France, only 73 of […]

Apr 17, 2018 | By Shirley Wang

Founded in 1984 by engineers Claude Poiraud and Gérard Godfroy, Venturi Automobiles’ establishment of a joint Venturi-Larousse F1 race team in 1992 led to the creation of a one-make racing series, the Venturi Trophy.

An ultra-rare French car that was one of the early post-war attempt at building a sporty luxury car in France, only 73 of Venturi Trophy cars were produced between 1992 and 1994.

Built for the Venturi Trophy races, this car was built was greatly favoured by the Gentlemen Drivers. Featuring over 400 horsepower under the bonnet and a chassis designed by the engineer who also designed and developed the chassis of the Courages of Le Mans 24 Hours fame

It’s fine balance, excellent road-holding properties and the power delivered by its 3-litre PRV turbo-compressor engine were impressive and attained an excellent reputation swiftly. Even till today, its intrinsic qualities endear it to the lucky drivers who get a chance to drive it on a race-circuit.

Today, Venturi 400 Trophy cars are in great demand and it is extremely rare to find one in such pristine presentation and running qualities. Visit LUXIFY, Asia’s leading online marketplace for luxury, to view more details and price of a this classic car.


 
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