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Bill Khairi | December 5, 2013
National Electric Vehicle Sweden AB (NEVS), the maker of Saab cars, has officially started production of its latest model – the 2014 Saab 9-3 Aero Sedan, at its Trollhattan plant in Sweden. With that, the Swedish carmaker also signalled the return of its car production, ...
Seow Yaohan | December 21, 2011
The time is up for Saab. After 64 years in operation, parent company Swedish Automobile NV has filed for voluntary bankruptcy for its subsidiaries Saab Automobile, Saab Automobile Tools and Saab Powertrain. This regrettable, though not ...
Seow Yaohan | November 22, 2010
The all-new Saab 9-4X has made its world premiere at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The second model introduced after the 9-5 sedan upon the sale of Saab from General Motors to Spyker, the 9-4X was developed alongside the Cadillac SRX and shares more ...
Seow Yaohan | October 20, 2010
The 2012 all-new Saab 9-4X has been officially revealed. Tasked with broadening the appeal of the Saab brand, the new crossover SUV could be crucial to Saab's return to financial health under the ownership of Spyker. The luxury five-seater 9-4X will be positioned ...
Seow Yaohan | July 1, 2010
Originally scheduled for launch in 2009, the Saab 9-4X was thought to have been shelved for good due to the uncertainty which surrounded the Swedish automaker. However, with its future relatively secure now, Saab is prepared to roll out the 9-4X again, releasing ...
Seow Yaohan | April 29, 2010
The grainy photo, possibly scanned from a yet-to-be-released brochure, is that of the 2011 Saab 9-5 estate, a model that seems to be well on its way to production. Based on General Motors' Epsilon II platform, the 9-5 estate will be identical ...
Seow Yaohan | March 9, 2010
With Spyker successfully buying over Saab, Victor Muller, CEO of Spyker Cars, is focusing on creating a new premium compact hatchback that will go up against the MINI and the new Audi A1. Rumours say that the name would be Saab 9-1, and that it ...
Seow Yaohan | January 27, 2010
Spyker has pulled off the last-minute deal, successfully buying Saab from General Motors for USD 74 million (RM 254 million) in cash and USD 326 million (RM 1.12 billion) in preferred shares. The deal is, however, subject to the approval of ...
Seow Yaohan | January 19, 2010
The January 7 deadline has passed. Spyker's last-ditch bid for Saab is still on the table, yet to be rejected or accepted by General Motors. But major developments have taken place: GM has hired a company, AlixPartners, to oversee Saab's gradual wind-down, which could ...
Seow Yaohan | January 2, 2010
It is past December 31, but lucky for Saab and its loyal followers, the Swedish automaker is still alive, thanks to General Motors' last-minute change of mind. Hours before the scheduled plan to shut down Saab, GM surprisingly announced that the production lines will instead ...
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