Some of Spyker's
financial woes may be in the process of being resolved, with the news that several investment firms are currently in talks with the ailing Dutch supercar
manufacturer. A group of private investors known as ACI Ltd. have already signed a letter of intent with Spyker, causing stock prices to increase by almost 60-percent. Although rumors
are swirling that another firm might buy up a majority stake in the automaker, Hans Hugenholtz, the interim CEO of Spyker, said that ACI's stake "won't exceed 30-percent."
More to follow as it develops.