Spyker can do what Bentley, Lamborghini and Maserati can: sport SUV!
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No, for Spyker SUV plans the optimism of the Muller has not disappeared.
Victor Muller, the man who currently exit from the Swedish Saab adventure, yesterday at meetings of Spyker revealed a thing about the future of the supercar brand. 'Give up' is a term that Muller is not familiar. And we knew that behind the scenes is working on the launch of the Spyker production in Zeewolde, as the British coachbuilder CPP Uncle Vladimir is bankrupt.
Market for super-SUVs
Yesterday was highlighted that the six-year-old plans of the Spyker D8 Peking to Paris is again discused. Spyker, after the last two years in a coma during the Saab adventure, now said (according to the CEO) that the luxury car - designed for the Middle East and the U.S. - within five years will reach the market. Caveat: there must be some money towards the Kassala Spyker be pushed (joh!). It would be 25 million, which is quite horrible little as a concept car to production car to build.
Muller is again in talks with several investors, so who knows what beautiful names he comes up. And also: Bentley, Lamborghini and Maserati have also made business cases for expensive SUVs, so I want them to benefit as well.
The C8 Aileron, on paper is almost ready for production, is also not lost sight and is still in the planning. How many orders are there now, Muller did not give a real number, except that it "looks fine". Keep it vague, Victor.
Mullers optimism also took bizarre proportions, for he declared that Spyker has the potential to be a brand that sells 1,000 cars per year. Thousand. Per year. Well, we hope it help. Or would there still somewhere an acquisition arrive ? Muller: "Never say never. You have to remain opportunistic. "
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