Now that Spyker is back on track any plan they have ever come up with is pushed back onto the drawing board. Plans like the new E-line, a four-door sports sedan like the Maserati Quattroporte and Porsche Panamera. Almost two years ago Spyker CEO Victor Muller mentioned the E8 with eight- and twelve-cylinder engines would join the C-line sports cars and D-line SUVs. Time has changed, so has the company.

The D8 Paris-to-Peking SUV is back on track and the C8 Aileron has been unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show this year. It shows that Spyker is back in business after years of trouble. However, it has taken four years for the D8 to reach the current development state so do not get your hopes up, the Spyker E is not around the corner.


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