Muller looking to reboot Spyker
According to reports, the executive aims to push Spyker to produce 1,000 units a year and introduce a handful of new models. Those include the D12 Peking-To-Paris Concept seen above, a model first unveiled in 2006. Of course, that plan hinges on securing investors for the company. Spyker needs around $32 million to get production up and running again, and Muller is currently courting a number of potential funding sources.
Not surprisingly, investors are a bit skittish after the executive's failed attempts at both Formula One and Saab.
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