Venturi MVS 1984-2000


July 4, 2013 By Mike Lee
Last updated on July 31, 2015
Venturi MVS 260 (1992)
Country
France
Top Speed (mph)
168
0-60 mph
5.3
1/4 mile
13.7
0-1 km
24.5
BHP
260 @5500rpm
Torque lbft
318 @2000rpm
BHP per ton
204
Engine capacity CC/CU
2849/174
Engine type
V6 Fuel Injection
Aspiration
Turbocharged
Compression Ratio
8.2:1
Valve Type/No
Overhead 12
Transmission (manual/auto)
Manual
No of speeds
5
Wheels driven
RWD
Brakes F/R
Disc/Disc
No. of Seats
2
Length (in)
161
Width (in)
67
Height (in)
46.3
Kerb Weight (lbs)
2800
Additional Info: The MVS (Manufacture de Voitures de Sport) has been around since 1984/85. Officially the MVS name was replaced by Venturi in 1990. Various engine choices including, a 200bhp MVS with 0-60 in 6.8, 0-100 in 17, a 160bhp non turbo version and a 210bhp MVS 210 was also available. The Atlantique option removes air-con, electric seats and stereo to lighten the car. The Transcoupe was a convertible with a removeable hardtop. An MVS Venturi 300 Atlantique was also built, that had a 3 litre engine with 281bhp and 0-60 in 5 sec’s. Later cars were futher refined and had yet more power. A racing version of the 260 was called the 260LM.

1999 Venturi MVS 300 Atlantique
Venturi MVS 300 Atlantique Venturi 300 Atlantique
Venturi 260LM Venturi 260 Atlantique
Venturi MVS Transcoupe 210