Spyker, who sold just 36 cars last year, are hoping to at least double that after buying Saab from General Motors last February.
The Dutch company’s purchase of Saab could help triple its dealer network by 2012. Hopefully, its supercar arm could be made profitable for the first time since it went public in 2004.
However, a part of their plan is to get Saab dealers to agree to selling the supercars. Spyker are aiming to increase the number of dealer outlets to 60 from 35 this year, and to 90 by the end of 2011, if they use existing Saab franchises.
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