Spyker Aileron

The Spyker Aileron has a longer wheelbase which translates to more room in the cockpit, yet the Spyker signature remains. That signature is an unmistakable shape augmented by details in cast, machined, and engine-turned aluminum that are simply unheard of in today’s world of mass-produced cars.

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