Production of the 2014 Saab 9-3 has officially commenced at the Swedish automaker’s plant in Trollhattan.
Swedish automaker SAAB has gone through a lot of tough times lately. They’ve finally hit rock-bottom, going bankrupt in 2011. Their vehicles were quirky, yet luxury oriented and safe. Saab these days is looking to sell its assets, with two Chinese companies looking to make the move.
Saab will resume production of the 9-3 on Monday at its Trollhattan, Sweden facility.
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Saab‘s production has resumed at the Swedish automaker’s Trollhattan plant as a prototype 9-3 sedan has rolled off the assembly line.
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Three former Saab executives, including former CEO Jan-Aake Jonsson, were arrested by Swedish prosecutors in an accounting fraud probe.
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Saab is dead, but that isn’t stopping Saab Parts North America (SPNA) from launching a support program for recent owners.
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National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS), the new rightful owners of Saab, might hasten its relaunch plans by resurrecting the 9-3 model in conventional gasoline form next year.
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Here we go again. Just when we thought the Saab buyout saga would be coming to a quiet conclusion, Dutch automaker Spyker has filed a lawsuit against General Motors on behalf of Saab, accusing GM of intentionally driving Saab into bankruptcy.
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The new owner of Swedish company Saab is seeking the rights to use the Saab name and logo on a new generation of electric cars.
A stockpile of about 900 Saabs is finally set to be sold off after having sat in three U.S. ports since December 2011 as collateral in the company’s financial snafu.
The story behind Saab’s death as a company, prolonged struggle to sell and recent rebirth as a company that will make EVs probably has present owners in the U.K. breathing a sigh of relief.
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