Spyker B6 Concept Teased for Geneva Motor Show

Dutch automaker Spyker is making a comeback next month at the Geneva Motor Show with an all new B6 concept car.

Details are limited, but Spyker’s CEO Victor Muller announced in a short email the brand’s global resurgence with the introduction of a B6 concept car on 5 March at the 2013 Geneva International Motor Show.

No other details were released, but different rumours suggest it will be a smaller and more affordable than the C8 Aileron. Very likely a Porsche 911 rival, though obviously more exclusive as Spyker’s production capacity is nowhere close to that of Porsche’s.


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