Dutch sports car manufacturer Spyker, the former parent of bankrupt automaker Saab, has signed a definitive agreement with Chinese automaker Youngman to form new joint ventures that will be responsible for the development of a new SUV as well as a range of sedans based on Saab’s Phoenix...
Spyker And Youngman Form Partnership, Announce Radical Model Plans
Youngman Prepared To Invest $1.8 Billion In New Saab Models
China's Youngman To Take One Last Shot At Saab: Report
Spyker CEO Victor Muller has been busy in China negotiating a deal with Zhejian Youngman Lotus Automobile to start building Saab cars in the world’s most populous... June 13, 2011 by Viknesh Vijayenthiran