In return, Youngman will also handle production start-up costs for vehicles to be built on this platform, of which a range of models will be based on. These models are what could become new Saabs. Yes, this is a rather unusual, even radical joint venture, not to mention complicated. However, both companies seem intent on making this whole thing work. It is risky, but its success could not only see the Spyker D8 Peking-to-Paris
reach production (along with an increased output of other Spyker models), but also the return of Saab. Production could even take place in both Europe and China.