Spyker's sports cars will be sold in Saab dealerships from this year, doubling its retail outlets
3 June 2010

Spyker will double its dealerships by the end of the year by selling its models through Saab retailers.

Spyker purchased Saab from General Motors earlier this year and it was rumoured at the time that Spyker would utilise Saab’s dealer network to sell its sports cars.

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In an interview with the Bloomberg news agency, Saab and Spyker boss Victor Muller said Spyker’s dealer network would expand from 35 to 60 this year and should reach 90 by the end of 2011.

“We are signing up Spyker dealerships left, right and centre,” said Muller.

Spyker will also benefit from Saab’s parts bin and its engineering capabilities for future models.

Spyker’s latest model, the C8 Aileron, will be one of the first Spykers to be sold through Saab dealerships.

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3 June 2010

Will we see some hot Saabs with input from Sypker, like Proton/Lotus or MG-Rover.

3 June 2010

Somehow, I imagine Saab sales will benefit more from this arrangement - adding a bit more excitement to their normally very austere sales areas - cant really see Spyker pushing out many more orders from Saab based concessions.

4 June 2010

Does this mean that when I walk into my local Saab dealer there will be some Spykers sitting about?? :P

5 June 2010

"yeah the 9-3 aero is in for servicing, look at the cortesty car though.... new spyker c8"

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