Spyker produced 94 cars in 2006, a substantial leap from the 48 units in 2005. Total production for next year is expected to rise significantly with company officials claiming they have 327 cars on order. This is no small feat considering that Spyker’s two-seater supercar sells for around €250,000. Total revenues for the year amounted to €36 million with a net profit of €800,000.
The next twelve months will see Spyker launch a production version of the D12 crossover in the US, as well as a possible takeover of Lotus' engineering division.
We just hope Spyker will continue to bring us their crazy creations like the C12 Zagato pictured above.