• December 3, 2013 - Daljinder Nagra

    The first new Saab has rolled off the production line at the Swedish manufacturer’s Trollhattan plant, more than two years after the company declared bankruptcy. The new car, a 9-3 Aero saloon, is the first in a range of new products promised by the brand’s new owners, Hong Kong-based National… Read More

  • January 27, 2010 - Stephen Jury

    Supercar maker Spyker clinches deal with General Motors to buy loss-making Swedish auto brandSaab has a future for now. Dutch supercar maker Spyker has agreed to take control of the ailing Swedish company from present owners General Motors. Autocar reports that Spyker must pay GM $47m now, a further $50m… Read More

  • December 22, 2009 - Stephen Jury

    Last-ditch talks over Saab's future go on but Swedish govt says the make's survival chances are 'very slim'.   Dutch supercar builder Spyker is continuing talks in its bid to take control of Saab from owners General Motors. Spyker had earlier set a deadline of last night (Monday) to reach… Read More

  • December 21, 2009 - Stephen Jury

    Dutch supercar maker has made a last-ditch rescue bid to buy ailing Swedish car maker from General Motors. Is Saab about to close? At the end of last week its owner General Motors said it would begin shutting down the loss-making car brand after attempts to find a buyer had… Read More

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