Supercar manufacturer Spyker recently avoided bankruptcy.
Now, the automaker is looking to venture into a few areas in which it has little experience.
According to Electric Autosport, Spyker "aims to merge with a US based manufacturer of high performance electric aircraft."
From electric aircraft, Spyker hopes to move next into electric cars. Victor Muller, Spyker’s Chief Executive Officer, stated:
“The exciting new sustainable and disruptive technologies will find their way into full electric Spyker cars in the foreseeable future."
Electric Autosport wonders:
"Will it save the brand? Spyker probably faced greater challenges with its unsuccessful Formula 1 entry and a failed attempt to Saab’s fresh start. The company now aims to execute the introduction of the Spyker B6 Venator while they will be working on an electric vehicle."
"Perhaps we can see a similar beauty fully electric."
We welcome Spyker's eventual entry into the electric car segment and certainly wish the automaker luck. Bring it!
Source: Electric Autosport