One of the world's most exclusive automotive companies is Spyker.
While you're not likely to see one parked on your nearest main boulevard, you will see something coming to the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
That, my friends, will be the B6 Venator concept. It's set to debut this Tuesday.
Not much is tremendously known about the product at this time, but The New York Times is reporting that it bears a close resemblance to the Lotus Evora. When the pub asked about powertrain details from Spyker's head honcho, the question was deflected.
So, if you've been waiting for a Lotus Evora-based Spyker, stay tuned for the Geneva Motor Show for the FULL details.
In 2012, Mr. Muller said in a recent interview, the company restructured its debt and cut deals with suppliers, bringing the company a €125 million net profit that moved it slightly into "positive equity territory," even though production of the company's singular C8 Aileron sports car almost ground to a halt. These are rather magic beans. Nonetheless, armed with a €10 million stake from Chinese heavy-vehicle maker Youngman—which was also party to the Saab deal—Spyker Cars is staged for its "resurgence": the world premiere of the B6 Venator Concept at the Geneva Motor Show, Tuesday.
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