Showing only its silhouette, all we can discern is a profile that looks similar to the new Alfa Romeo 4C that will also bow at the Swiss expo. It looks to pack a mid-engine, rear-drive layout (although it admittedly could be all-wheel-drive for all we know at this point). The B6 would, if put into production, potentially slot below the current C8 Aileron. If previous Spyker vehicles – whether production or concept – are any indication, the B6 should incorporate a level of attention to detail unsurpassed in the industry. Watch this space for more.