Those zaney Dutchmen over at Spyker have a couple of tricks up their sleeves for us at next month's Geneva show. The quirky exotic carmaker currently offers only one model, the Audi-powered C8 sportscar, but after acquiring their own F1 team with Ferrari-supplied engines, they're ready to triple their range by introducing two new model lines.
The first new Spyker model expected to be unveiled at Geneva is the production version of the – ahem – interesting D12 Peking-to-Paris exotic sport-utility vehicle (pictured), the finalized version of the concept car they showed in Geneva last year.
The bigger news is the four-door coupe Spyker is working on to compete with the upcoming Porsche Panamera and (if the new owners, whoever they may be, decide to build it) the Aston Martin Rapide. Reports are speculating that, with the sportscar called C and the sport-ute D, the four-door model would be labeled E (though we suspect Mercedes might have something to say about that). Rumor has it that famed Italian designer Zagato was commissioned for the design.
[Source: Motor Authority]