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Old 18-10-2014, 12:45
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Welcome and congratulations with your new Spyker.

You don't have to turn the key. It is basically a keyless start. Having the key in the glove compartment should be enough. It doesn't need to be in the ignition at all. Most likely the battery in the key is dead. If you replace the battery, the car should start when you have the key with you and press the start button.
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