is -- once again -- talking about a new line of vehicles that will take on four-door sports sedans like the Maserati Quattroporte
and Porsche Panamera
. Two years ago Spyker mentioned an E-line with eight- and twelve-cylinder engines would join the C-line sports cars
and D-line SUVs. With the trouble the company had simply surviving, those plans were left outside to die. Now with the D8 Paris-to-Peking
SUV back in progress and cars like the LM85
to crow about, Spyker CEO Victor Muller believes now could be the time to resurrect the saloon. It's taken four years for the D8 to appear in close-to-production form so we wouldn't line up for the Spyker E yet. But as Adam Ant said, there's always room at the top, and the Dutch company is always good for an interesting variation on familiar themes.
) via Autoblog.nl