Spyker Wanting More Profits

Last night, I watched the long waited sequel of Sharon Stone’s Basic Instinct – an American erotic mystery film of 1992. From the first scene, you will see how hot the movie is. She began pleasuring herself with her mate’s fingers while increasing the car’s speed. To the point of climax, the fast car veered off the road and crashes onto a river. Did I just say the word “fast car”? Hmmmnnn… a nice fast car, let me correct that.

The fast car caught my interest. It was a striking car. Yeah, I remember that it was the car that was revealed at the Geneva Motor Show last year. The Spyker is the personal choice of Catherine Tramell (Sharon Stone’s character). Its exterior is good enough to call it “a nice fast car”.

The auto maker behind the Spyker also still intends to build a production version of its Super Sport Utility Vehicle, the SSUV, which debuted at last year’s Geneva Motor Show. From 2005 to 2006, the already doubled the production profit. They are too shy to target a hundred cars but last year is enough produce more cars and develop a black edition. The number of orders written has grown from 191 at the end of 2005 to 327 at the end of last year.

The Spyker is also expecting that if the car will be more exposed to the Formula 1, they can attract more costumers. The Dutch automaker sells several versions of its jewelry-like 2-seat sports car at prices starting around $325,000. With Audi engines putting out 400+ hp and very lightweight structures, the cars are incredibly quick.

Well, good choice for Catherine. I wish I can have one Spyker for my own.

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