Things appear to be progressing nicely for Spyker, which is reportedly already planning a roadster version of the upcoming B6 Venator.
Spyker has a vested interest in moving things forward. In the wake of failed ventures running its own F1 team and then taking over Saab, the Dutch niche automaker is back on its own, focusing on rolling out new products. And it's moving ahead with the type of pace you'd expect of a high-priced European sportscar. Just last month, Spyker unveiled the B6 Venator in pre-production concept form at the Geneva Motor Show. It didn't take long for the company to announce it was heading for production.
Now there's already word circulating of a convertible version. The word doesn't come in rumor form, either, as reports cite Spyker's financial prospective that apparently reveals the B6 Venator Spyder is in the planning stage. A more powerful upgrade for the C8 Aileron is also said to be in the works, along with the on-again, off-again plans for a high-end crossover. One way or another, Spyker aims to move forward.