Spyker, the one and only Dutch supercar manufacturer, has been subsisting entirely on its extremely expensive C8 Ailerion supercar. After having owned Saab during that company's most recent failing, Spyker has been looking for a new project with a bit more potential for profit. 

That car will be aimed squarely at the profitable and higher selling $100,000 GT market that is dominated by the Porsche 911, and will debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month. We're excited to see what Spyker has created, and we really hope it retains the C8's signature circular air intakes.

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[via Autoblog