Supposedly, the car will be both longer and wider, and will feature a host of creature comforts to help bridge the gap between the racetrack and public streets. The car is set to be launched in October of this year and this means that development of the vehicle must be almost complete.
China Car Times also mentioned that Spyker is planning to build a larger four-door model just for Chinese customers as well. Both vehicles will feature design elements that have been specifically crafted just for the new market. Eventually, Spyker hopes China will become the company's second largest market after the United States. With all of the money floating around the Asian country's economy at the moment, this goal may not be too much of a stretch.