Spyker has revealed an open-top spyder version of its Spyker B6 Venator concept at the Pebble Beach concours in California.

The Spyker B6 Venator spyder concept follows the coupé version first seen at the Geneva motor show earlier this year. The aluminium rear-drive, two-seater sports car uses the same 375bhp-plus mid-mounted V6 and six-speed automatic gearbox from the coupé.

Despite the adoption of a folding roof mechanism, the kerb weight comes in at “less than 1400kg”, the same figure quoted as the coupé. The 4347mm long and 1882mm wide dimensions also mirror the hard-top's.

The design of the carbonfibre-bodied spyder also mirrors that of the coupé, save for the adoption of the folding roof in place of the glass one on the hard-top model. This results in a new engine cover with a quilted leather design that mirrors the interior, and rollover hoops behind the rear seats. The interior carries over unchanged.

Spyker boss Victor Muller, who also designed the Porsche 911-rivalling B6, has said a production version of both B6 coupé and spyder models will follow for sale in markets including Europe in 2014, priced from around £95,000.

Thanks to: Autocar