The Spyker C12 La Turbie is a sports car produced by the Dutch automaker Spyker Cars in 2006. There are two variations of the La Turbie. One differs because has a special body designed by Zagato. Of this model, 25 have been made and all sold.
The Spyker C12 LaTurbie was the first Spyker to run the 6.0 litre VW Group W12 dry sump aluminum engine, giving a power output of 500 BHP and a torque of 600 NM. Top speed is 325 km/h (202 mph) with an acceleration of 0–100 km/h (0-60 mph) in 3.9 seconds. A manual six-speed gearbox will be fitted with "an F1 style paddle shift under development". The car has two luggage compartments, with a leather Lois Vuitton luggage set available to order, specially designed to fit. Inside, gauges are designed by Swiss watchmaker Chronoswiss, which also produces limited-edition Spyker branded wristwatches.
This is Spyker's third long wheel based car, including C8 Double12 S and the C8 Double12 Spyder, which have V8 engines rather than W12s.
- Price: $290,000 (£253,430)
- Power: 372.9 kW / 500.1 bhp
- Torque: 600 N·m (443 lbf·ft)
- 0–60 mph (0–97 km/h): 3.9 seconds
- Top Speed: 325 km/h (202 mph)
- Double twin exhausts
- 19 AerobladeT wheels (designed in-house by Spyker)
- Rear wheel drive with Drexler limited slip differential
- Light weight aluminum space frame with integrated roll cage