An independent designer, Eduard Gray (Gray Design we know as designer od Saab 9-2 and 9-3 concept, and Saab 92010) has designed a new Saab supercar which uses Spyker parts. The Saab Spyker 9+ Tribute was a proposal for a Saab supercar based off a Spyker platform – a possible, if highly unlikely product, since Spyker’s purchase of Saab from GM.
“The union of Saab and Spyker presents a unique opportunity to create a design that takes the best of each brand and distills their qualities into a single product”, the designer says at that time on his website.
“Spyker lends us its supercar chassis with a mid-mounted engine and low down aerodynamics while Saab contributes with the style, character and engineering making for a design that is as pleasant to look at as it is to drive.”
Combining the elements of a mid-engined SAAB with the Spyker platform, the new supercar featuring low down aerodynamics will possibly generate power from an Audi-sourced V8 engine. Touting a big windshield that extends to complete the roof, the Saab Spyker 9+ Tribute allows a wider view to the commuters…