The first new Saab built since the Swedish automaker’s bankruptcy in 2011 has rolled off the assembly line at the Saab plant in Trollhättan, Sweden. It is essentially the 9-3 Aero model produced by Saab prior to its bankruptcy, but an electric version will follow next year.
The BMW 2-Series has just received a boatload of new M Performance parts. There are parts to help enhance the drivetrain, suspension, aerodynamics and cabin.
The backers of the DeltaWing race car are suing Nissan over the design of its BladeGlider concept car. They are claiming intellectual property rights to the distinctive ‘delta’ shape and are hoping to license the design to automakers.
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