Spyker CEO Victor Muller has revealed the company is working on a new four-door model.
Speaking with Carbuzz, Muller said the car will be announced at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November and will "something very special." The executive declined to elaborate but when asked if the model would be an updated version of the ill-fated D8 Peking-to-Paris concept, Muller remarked that's a "very good guess." The executive also seemed to suggest the mystery model could be equipped with a hybrid or electric powertrain as he noted "Electric propulsion is coming and you’ll see more this November."
Besides talking about the mysterious four-door model, Muller confirmed the company is working on a new C12. It will be powered by a V12 engine that is sourced from a European company the executive declined to name.
When asked about the Saabpocalypse, Muller said he would never buy another company that is "wholly dependent on government again" as "you’re simply not in control of your own destiny." The executive went on to say what happened to Saab was a shame as he hired Jason Castriota as Saab's Design Director and he created an "absolutely beautiful" 9-3 that will sadly never get to see the light of day.