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Saab's Last 900 Cars Head To Auction

If you thought you’d missed your chance to pick up a new Saab before the now-semi-defunct brand was gone for good, despair not: additional units, leftover from port inventory will be heading to dealer auction next week. According to Saab World (via Jalopnik), the first 300 of 900 remaining... read more

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British Racing Firm Lola Appoints Administrator

British engineering firm and race car constructor Lola, established in 1958 and based in Huntingdon, England, has announced today that it is suffering from severe cashflow... read more May 16, 2012 by 


 
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Mission To Save The Last Saab 9-3 Is A Success

Last week we brought you details about a plan to save what could potentially be the last Saab 9-3 ever built. The plan, organized by a group of Saab loyalists at SaabsUnited... read more May 9, 2012 by 


 
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Mission To Save The Last Saab 9-3 Likely Ever Built

With Saab officially bankrupt and receivers now looking for bids on any remaining assets, activity at the automaker’s main facilities in Sweden is winding down and the... read more May 2, 2012 by 


 
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Lotus Esprit Supercar Due In 2014, Pending DRB-Hicom Approval

Following its bizarre rant on Facebook last week and accusations that its CEO Dany Bahar was missing in action, Lotus is doing its best to clear all the confusion and remains... read more April 18, 2012 by 


 
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Lotus Goes On The Defense With Bizarre Facebook Rant

Following recent reports that Lotus was ending sponsorship of the Lotus F1 team and, of more concern, could possibly be put into administration by its new parent, Malaysian... read more April 12, 2012 by 


 
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Swedish Automobile Changes Its Name To Spyker

In what is arguably the shortest corporate press release ever written, Swedish Automobile has announced it will change its name back to Spyker, pending approval from its... read more April 11, 2012 by 


 
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Lotus In Trouble, May Be Sold To China’s Youngman: Report

Following yesterday’s news that Group Lotus was ending its sponsorship of the Lotus F1 team while leaving the team’s name unchanged, a new report suggests that... read more April 11, 2012 by 


 
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Youngman Prepared To Invest $1.8 Billion In New Saab Models

The fate of Swedish automaker Saab is now in the hands of the receivers appointed to oversee the company’s post-bankruptcy asset sell-off. While there are bids in house... read more February 20, 2012 by 


 
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Pininfarina Reaches Debt Deal With Banks

Riddled with debt, legendary Italian coachbuilder and design house Pininfarina has announced that it has reached a debt restructuring deal with its lenders that provides the... read more February 16, 2012 by 


 
2012 Saab 9-3 Griffin range

Youngman Reportedly Rebuffed In Bid To Acquire Saab

There may be one final sad truth to the history of Saab: in bankruptcy, the pieces that once made up the whole of the brand are worth more than the brand itself. Saab’s... read more February 3, 2012 by 


 
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Sweden Repays Saab's EIB Loan, Becomes Its Largest Creditor

Sweden has stepped in to repay a loan between the European Investment Bank (EIB) and Saab, making it the single largest creditor of the now-defunct automaker. The loan, in... read more January 30, 2012 by 


 
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Saab Museum Saved By $4 Million Pledge: Report

Last week we brought you the grim news that a prized collection of classic Saabs sitting in the official Saab museum in Trollhattan, Sweden, was going to be divvied up and... read more January 25, 2012 by 


 
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Saab Cars North America To Be Liquidated

Following in the (likely) footsteps of Sweden’s Saab Automobile, the brand’s North American distribution company, Saab Cars North America (SCNA) has been marked... read more January 23, 2012 by 


 
2011 Saab 9-4X Aero

Turkish Private-Equity Firm Looking To Bid On Saab: Report

Yesterday we brought you news that Chinese auto giant Youngman, one of the original bidders for Saab before it went bankrupt, was still interested in buying what’s left... read more January 20, 2012 by 


 
2011 Saab 9-5 Aero

China's Youngman To Take One Last Shot At Saab: Report

In December 2011, Saab was forced into bankruptcy when pending deals between its parent, Swedish Automobile (Swan), and Chinese suitors Pang Da and Youngman fell apart. The... read more January 19, 2012 by 


 
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