2006 Spyker D12 Peking-To-Paris

Discussion in 'Prototypes, Concepts and Electric' started by mitch2147, Mar 1, 2006.

  1. #1 mitch2147, Mar 1, 2006
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    Demographics in the Western world show an aging client base for super sports cars. An entire generation of customers, used to driving super sports cars, is facing an interesting challenge: matching their desire to continue to enjoy driving sensations of a super sports car with the harsh reality of their exacting family life and, unfortunately, their age. The alternative is now available: a relatively light weight 1850 kgs SSUV which performs like a super sports car but offers four comfortable seats, easy access through four doors and a spacious luggage compartment. Longing for super sports car excitement, for cars that tantelize all of their senses, for cars that combine exceptional performance with exotic looks. Cars built with passion, cars with soul. Exquisite pieces of car jewelry. Such a car now excists.

    The Spyker D12 Peking-to-Paris is an all aluminium, permanent four-wheel drive super sports utility vehicle. The rear doors are rear-hinged coach doors, so-called ‘suicide doors'. It is powered by the 6.0 litre, 12 cylinder, 500 bhp W12 engine from Volkswagen AG and accelerates from 0-100 KM (0-60 MPH) in 5.0 seconds. The six-speed automatic transmission features a multifunctional steering wheel with F1 style shift paddles, a triple dashboard designed in the style of an airplane cockpit, and a sumptuous interior. The vehicle has an all aluminium body fitted to an aluminium space frame, and sits on 24' Aeroblade ™ wheels. It has a length of 4.95 m, a width of 2.0 m excluding mirrors, a minimum height of 1.68 m and a maximum height of 1.77 m and weighs 1895 Kg. The fuel tank capacity is 100 litres (22 gallons). Top speed is 295 km/h (185 mph). The car is custom-hand built using only the best materials available.

    0-60 mph: 5 seconds
    Engine Configuration: W
    Cylinders: 12
    Horsepower: 500.00 BHP (368 KW)

    Pics http://www.conceptcarz.com/vehicle/z11169/default.aspx
  2. It needs a more massive front, besides that, I really like it a lot
  3. This is going to be pretty interesting, and pretty expensive i'd imagine!!
  4. would be nice to see this at the dakar rally, its alright looking but the back needs ome serious work
  5. it needs gt40 stripes
  6. why? It needs a car crusher
  7. But the interior makes me jizz EVERYWHERE.
  8. ugly as #$%#
  9. Ill take 2 of them

    so give me some money, K?
  11. It's growing on me, but it lacks the looks of a real SUV. Looks like a tall 4 door C12
  12. That looks like a kit car, or something. Awful.
  13. IT looks like the C8, after it swallowed a whole duck
  14. i don't care about the looks on the outside, because you don't look at it when you drive it, do you? <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/tongue.gif"></A>
  15. I want to cry everytime I think it could have looked like this
  16. that isnt even an SUV
  17. I would be afraid to touch puddles with it.
  18. now that would have been a sexy beast

    This is like....it's autistic brother
  19. LOL!

    How much hp does the Cayenne turbo has? just curious.
  20. Neither is that thing Spyker came up with. So what?
  21. 450hp but you can get a factory upgrade to 500 if you want.
  22. why would someone make a rear engine SUV? yes it looks cool but that would be impossible to make as an SUV
  23. The interrior is sweet.
  24. Car manufacturer that don�t make their own engines are seldom successful, DeTomaso being the most successful and still they failed. As for the looks, I think it looks cool, not a
    lemling car...

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