Spyker could bring concept to Geneva

It has been a while since Spyker showcased some of their exotic and delightfully designed cars, around three years in fact as their last appearance was at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.

Despite a brief hiatus where Spyker literally went through hell and back, there is fresh speculation that the Dutch manufacturer could very well be bringing a new concept to the 2016 Geneva Motor Show in March.

Reports from the Netherlands claim that the unique sports car manufacturer is in fact “on track” to reveal a new concept car at the Geneva Motor Show and that car could likely be an electric vehicle.

This was mark three years since the last time the Dutch manufacturer was at a motor show as since then the company has been very troubled.

After GM dropped Saab, Spyker attempted to rescue the Swedish manufacturer but failed in doing so. They then failed to break into Formula 1 after making plans to do so and then sadly the Dutch sportscar manufacturer filed for bankruptcy. Talk about a rough few years.

American aircraft company Volta Volare, then merged with Spyker which subsequently saw the Dutch manufacturer keep its head above water once more and intentions to launch an electric sports car were made.

The last Spyker we saw was the B6 Venator concept that first surfaced in 2013. Could we see an evolved version of that? Or even a completely electric version?

We don’t know what we’ll see when Geneva comes around but if Spyker do bring some form of sportscar to Geneva it will definitely be great to see the Dutch manufacturer back.

What do you think?

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