Remember Spyker? It’s Coming Back For Real, Allegedly

You probably haven’t heard of the Spyker automaker, and I don’t blame you. The premium Dutch brand, which sold less than 300 cars in a decade since its inception, never achieved mainstream status – even until the company’s demise and revival in 2015. in fact, every Spyker car ever produced is a rare one.

But things aren’t working out very well for Spyker. Despite its return half a decade ago, there hasn’t been any big news from the company, more supercars in production.

That changes today as Spyker confirmed a real comeback with the help of two businessmen, according to a report from Coach. SMP Racing owner Boris Rotenberg and his business partner Michail Pessis have adopted Spyker in their line of businesses.

That said, you can expect Spyker to return to the game and produce the C8 Preliator supercar which premiered at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The specialized supercar is said to be powered by an atmospheric 5.0 V8. liters of Koenigsegg which develops 600 horsepower (447 kilowatts) and 443 pound-feet (600 Newton meters of torque), although it is not certain that this will be the case for the production version.

Spyker is also expected to produce two other cars with the new investors in play: the Peking-to-Paris D8 SUV and the B6 Venator supercar, both scheduled for 2021.

“There is no doubt that Spyker has had some very difficult years since the demise of Saab Automobile AB in 2011. With this new partnership those days are definitely over and Spyker will become a major player in the super sports car market segment. , “Spyker said in Coachreport of.

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