We first saw this car in person at the L.A. Auto Show a few months back and named it the “Belle of the Ball” because it was the only supercar showstopper (for us at least).
Incredibly beautiful and incredible unique, this car will make anyone stop, gawk, drool and hate their financial status because they can’t afford to purchase it.
Here’s a brief description about the car from autoblog.com:
The handcrafted Aileron features aircraft-inspired styling in a way its northern neighbor Saab can only dream of, with turbine-styled air scoops, Rotorblade wheels and little propellor emblems abound, all in a nod to Spyker’s roots in early aviation. LEDs serve in the tail-lamps, front turning indicators and side repeaters, but it’s inside where the attention to detail really shines. Upholstered in Royal Dutch Tannery Hulshof’s quilted Litano leather available in 14 standard colors to compliment the 16 exterior tints and 8 soft-top choices, the cabin features a Chronoswiss dashboard and industry-first Kharma sound system, while an optional five-piece Louis Vuitton luggage set can be had for the trunk.
Yep a sound system. For those of you that don’t know, the Spyker C8 Spyder doesn’t come with one, so having one in this car is a big bonus.
For more information about the Spyker C8 Aileron Spyder, please check out the full article and press release on autoblog.com. If you’re interested in learning more about Spyker Motorcars, please visit their official website.