The Dutch automaker Spyker unveiled its latest recession antidote, the successor of the Laviolette. The Aileron aspires to pass the recession with power and a sharpened design. In numbers, the refined by hand aluminum chassis is driven by an Audi 4.2L V8 engine producing 400 horsepower that allows for a 4.5 seconds sprint to the 60. But a Spyker is renown for its unprecedentedly luxurious interior and the unique presence that emanates class like no other. The Aileron magnifies this peculiarity with a further impressing a tad lower, and significantly stretched body accompanied by those special hand crafted chrome and textured aluminum details that insinuate the brands aeronautic history. Of course, the interior reaches the same tier of desirability with an elegant brown colored diamond-quilted leather lining from the roof, over the floor mounted pedal box to the seatbelt.