Remember what happened when Vector Supercars was taken over by a foreign guy who later got Lamborghini as well? If you don't, here's a refresher:
The former owner, Gerald Wiegert, of Vector was asked to step down as CEO, but stay in design. He refused, and was fired. He then changed all the locks in the factory, fired everyone, then locked himself inside. It was perfect meat for the news people devour and analyze. After a long and bitter "standoff", Wiegert stepped down, and Vector, now sharing much mechanically with Lamborghini, failed a few years later.
Wiegert is still around today, and still wants to come back with an all-new Vector Supercar. He has a website, vectorsupercars.com. Photo from espaciocoches.com