In a recent interview, Victor Muller revealed that he wants to revive Spyker and put the six-year old Peking-to-Paris concept into production

We haven't heard much out of Victor Muller since the collapse of Saab, but the executive hasn't give up his automotive ambitions.

Speaking with the De Telegraaf, Muller revealed that he wants to revive Spyker and put the six-year old Peking-to-Paris concept into production. In order to do this, Muller estimates he needs to raise €25 ($32.9) million so he is "constantly in talks with potential investors."

Given the fact that Spyker only made 12 cars last year, his goal of building a thousand units annually is rather ambitious. However, Muller remains undeterred and says the company has a lot of orders for the C8 Aileron.