Spyker Cars (Spyker) is a Dutch automotive brand, maker of sports and luxury vehicles, founded in 1999.
The brand name was originally used by a former Dutch manufacturer established in 1880. They produced horse drawn coaches, automobiles from 1899, and after a merger in 1914, aircraft and aircraft engines during World War 1. The company ceased to exist in 1925.
The new Spyker introduced the C8 in 2000, the C12 and D12, a luxury SUV later renamed D8, in 2006, the C12 in 2007, the C8 in 2009 and the B6 in 2013.