Spyker D8

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The Spyker D8 Peking-to-Paris is a luxurious 4-door high performance crossover SUV from the Dutch car manufacturer Spyker Cars, a subsidiary of Swedish Automobile. The car was designed by Michiel van den Brink and introduced at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show. The car is currently still under development. After the introduction in Geneva, the model already received "well over 100 orders". The model was first introduced to the North-American market, which is believed to be its main market, at the New York motor show in April 2006. The name Peking-to-Paris refers to the Peking to Paris endurance rally held in 1907 from Peking (now called Beijing) in China to Paris in France, in which an almost standard Spyker car participated, driven by Frenchman Ch. Goddard. The Spyker car came in second in the rally after a three month drive.

No performance figures can be determined yet, because the car is still a static show car. Spyker aims for a weight of and an acceleration from 0–100 km/h (0-60 mph) in 5.0 seconds. Initially the SSUV was designed with a Audi W12 engine, but it is now expected the car will be fitted with a V8 of an unknown American make. Because of this V8 Spyker changed the name from "D12" to "D8".

Though being an SUV, the car has a lot of design features from Spyker's sports car, the C8, such as the "aeroblade" wheels and smooth rear view mirrors. Also notable is that the back seat doors are hinged at the rear,...
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