Venturi 260 Dakar (1990)
Automobiles Venturi is a French manufacturer of sports cars. From the mid 1980s to the mid 1990s they built mid-engined coupés and roadsters with turbocharged PRV engines and Renault gearboxes. Engine power ranged from 210 to 260 hp for the Atlantique series. A limited edition 400 GTR was built for racing homologation requirements, and later used in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Venturi has also built the 1992 chassis for the Larrousse Formula 1 team. After going bankrupt, Venturi was bought by monegasque millionaire Gildo Pastor and presented the project for an electrical-powered sports car, the Fetish.