Filed under: Luxury Cars & Autos
Europe's finest sportscar-makers descended on the lakeside town of Geneva from all over the continent, and the Netherlands was well represented at the show this year with the new C8 Aileron. Sporting a longer wheelbase for a more commodious cabin than the C8 Laviolette which it replaces, the Aileron was shown in Geneva last year as a concept car and returned this year in production form. Power is provided courtesy of Audi, with a 400-horsepower V8 driving one of the most deliciously appointed interiors on the market. Rather than simply lengthening the C8's wheelbase, Spyker went back to the drawing board for the Aileron as it attempts to lure buyers away from more mainstream sportscars and make it in the lucrative North American market. See for yourself in the gallery of photos below.
Gallery: Geneva 2009: Spyker C8 Aileron