Thursday, February 24, 2011

Production of the Spyker C8 Aileron moves from Holland to Coventry

Found out that there is more good news for Coventry. It looks like the home of the car industry in the UK is seeing a resurgence.

The production of the car has moved from Zeewolde in the Netherlands to Coventry, creating 40 new jobs in the city. Coventry Prototype Panels (CPP) will start producing the car on the Seven Stars Industrial Estate in Whitley. The car is expected to cost about £200,000.

The car will be powered by the GM V8 engine, the same engine in the CTS-V and the Corvette ZR1.

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2 comments:

Joshua's Law said...

This car is pretty awesome, look like recession is over, so people again started to buy some Good high end models to drive

Adam Dilip Mutum said...

Hi Joshua, It's still out of the reach of the majority of people. For the rich, it really doesn't matter whether there is a recession or not.

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