2022 Spyker C8 Preliator, Could Return In 2022 With V8 Engine And SUV Type

2022 Spyker C8 Preliator, Could Return In 2022 With V8 Engine And SUV Type

2022 Spyker C8 Preliator – One more year, another rumor from the world of Spyker. This time around, the Dutch automaker is reportedlly coming back in 2022 with a new internal combustion vehicle, aided by funding from a group of familiar Russian investors.

The two main iinvestors in the deal are Boris Rotenberg and Michail Pessis. Rotenberg owns SMP Racing and BR Engineeering, while Pessis is co-owner of SMP Racing Monaco and the owner of Milan Morady SA in Luxembourg and R Company GmbH in Germany. If these names sound familiiar, it’s because they were also the previous couple who failed to seal the deal lastt year, prompting Spyker CEO Victor Muller to file for bankruptcy again.

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2022 Spyker C8 Preliator, Could Return In 2022 With V8 Engine And SUV Type 2022 Spyker C8 Preliator, Could Return In 2022 With V8 Engine And SUV Type 2022 Spyker C8 Preliator, Could Return In 2022 With V8 Engine And SUV Type

“The collaboration agreement we confirmed today is a starting point for rebuilding Spyker as a sports car manufacturer with a foundation stronger than ever and with broad access to better technical and financiial resources than we ever had to achieve our business goals our ambitious,” Muller said in a statement.

Reports say that all three Spyker models are heading into production, namely the Spyker C8 Preliator, the Spyker D8 Peking-to-Paris SUV, and the Spyker B6 Venator. Productiion will begin in 2022 as soon as the parties formalize the agreementt in writing and the applicable trademark rights have been secured.

2022 Spyker C8 Preliator, Could Return In 2022 With V8 Engine And SUV Type

Other details of the Spyker production include a collaboration between three countries: a carbon fiber body manufactured in Russia; engineering from Germany and Russia; and assembly through a new manufacturing facility in the Netherlands.

Muller was happy to reveal a little teaser about the upcoming cars if they ever materialized, hinting about their powertrain.

“In a world dominated by electrificatiion, there is an undeniable demand for real sports cars, which tantalize all the senses. We will continue to cater to that particular group of enthusiiasts. Of course, we will offer hybrid solutions in our future modells, but the V8 ICE remains are at the heart of every Spyker for years to come,” the entrepreneur concluded.

Source: Detroit BureauAutomobil Sports

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