Posted Feb 1st 2013 5:15PM
Word has it Spyker is headed to this year's Geneva Motor Show with a new model designed to compete against the Porsche 911. Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf reports the automaker is prepared to reveal a new model with a smaller footprint and price tag than the current C8 Aileron. Details are otherwise hard to come by at the moment, but we imagine Spyker is keen to shake off the dust of the Saab implosion and push forward. Spyker CEO Victor Muller, while speaking with De Telegraaf, said only the new model "will surprise you."
Spyker has been noticeably absent from the Geneva Motor Show for the past two years, thanks in part to its attempts to keep Saab afloat. Those efforts eventually failed, leaving the Swedish automaker in bankruptcy. Still, we'll be interested to see what Spyker has in store for visitors to the Geneva Motor Show. Stay tuned for our live coverage from the floor when press days kick off on March 5.