That the Dutchmen can manufacture cars made out of a man’s dream has been proved by the car maker Spyker long ago. With their novel release, Spyker also state being a stable name in the cumbersome struggle of the supercar industry. The topless C8 Aileron Spyder’s novelties might mainly just be of minor aesthetic nature, but who could blame them for abiding to an almost perfect system. However, contrary the actual trend of completely retractable hardtops, the Spyder features a semi-automatic canvas top to further underpin Spyker’s ambition to entirely shade this car in a compelling elegant suit with traditional edges. Besides, it still receives the power from an Audi 4.2L V8 engine producing 400 horsepower controlled by either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission. Further, almost obligatory, particularities for a Spyker are also evident in the Spyder, such are an unprecedentedly luxurious interior, which complete the outer first impression, myriad of entirely hand crafted chrome and aluminum details and an elongated wheelbase for further traction on top speeds.