When Spyker bought Saab from General Motors early this year, a lot of people in the industry became convinced that, sooner or later, Spyker would release a concept car that has both elements Saab and Spyker infused into one awesome piece of machine.

One of those people – a Dutch industrial designer, Eduard Gray – believed it so much that he actually designed one his own take of what the Saab/Spyker concept could look like.

Taking particular and critical elements from both brands, which, in this case is Spyker’s chassis and its mid-mounted engine and low down aerodynamics and Saab’s innate ability in building cars whose physical aesthetics have become head-turners in recent time.

Combining both elements from Saab and Spyker, Gray was able to render the “Saab Spyker 9+ Tribute”, his own unique interpretation of what happens when Saab and Spyker team up to create a once-in-a-lifetime concept car.

Check out the photos and tell us what you think of Eduard Gray’s work of art.


Source: GT Spirit

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  (647) posted on 03.11.2010

I like the design of the roof. Kinda makes you connect with nature a little more. It can make searching for buildings in a new place easier. Lol. Well, of course I’m pretty sure that there are tons more advantage of such a roof design but what I would love about it is that it can make you see the stars at night a little easier. Just don’t do it much while on a highs peed drive.

  (939) posted on 03.9.2010

Yeah I agree it is really an awesome piece of machine. But it will confuse those who aren’t experienced in car design.

  (544) posted on 03.8.2010

isn’t that lovely? smooth and savvy design. so sexy yet aggressive.

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