Dutch automaker Spyker has managed to pay its tax debts so now the auction to sell assets has been canceled.

Dutch automaker Spyker has managed to pay its tax debts so now the auction to sell assets has been canceled.

Last week we heard news about a "large part" of assets programmed to be auctioned off in order to settle a tax debt. The listing referred to "luxury sports cars, test vehicles, prototypes, racing cars" including a C12 Zagato, C8 Aileron, C8 Aileron Spyder, Peking-to Paris concept as well as 85 Audi V8 engines.

Now, the company's CEO Victor Muller told Telegraaf.nl the auction has been canceled as the payment to settle the debt was made on July 3. A viewing of the assets was originally programmed for July 25th at Spyker's headquarters, with the auction set to end on July 28 but it won't be the case as the goods are safe for now.

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Spyker pays tax debts, auction to sell assets canceled