Spyker has paid the second and final installment to General Motors for its purchase of Saab earlier this year.
The $24 million (£15.8m) payment has been paid by an internal loan from Saab Great Britain, a move which has allowed Spyker to avoid seeking external funding to finish paying off GM. The deadline for the payment was 15 July.
There had been concern that Spyker would rack up extra debt in paying GM the final installment.
Spyker and Saab boss Victor Muller said paying off GM would allow the firm to focus on the future of the group.
“The early payment of the second and last installment underlines our desire to finalize the transaction with GM as soon as it was possible, enabling management to fully focus on the future of the group,” he said.
The firm will launch an estate version of the 9-5 and a 9-4X SUV next year, while it is also planning to a launch a new 9-3 range and 91 supermini within the next three years.