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Spyker And Youngman Form Partnership, Announce Radical Model Plans

Sports car manufacturer Spyker, the parent company of bankrupt automaker Saab, has announced today it has formed a new alliance with Youngman, the Chinese automaker whose attempted purchase of Saab late last year was blocked by General Motors. Under the new alliance deal, which won’t be... read more

August 27, 2012 by
 
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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... read more June 22, 2012 by


 
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Saab's new owners revealed; What happens next?

Saab is dead; long live Saab. If that sounds contradictory, it isn’t, since the quirky-but-competent brand most of us have come to know and love is gone. The Phoenix... read more June 13, 2012 by


 
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New Saab Parts Division To Supply Spares For North America

While automaker Saab and its North American arm Saab Cars North America may be bankrupt, the legacy of the Swedish brand lives on in the thousands of Saab cars scattered all... read more June 6, 2012 by


 
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Swedish Union Seeks President Obama’s Help To Save Saab?

Despite Saab having several suitors interested in purchasing the brand, paying off its debts and restarting production, no deal could ever be finalized and the automaker... read more May 16, 2012 by


 
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Saab Spirit Lives On In New BAIC Sedans

While Saab is no longer building cars, its technology will live on for years to come in a handful of models from China’s Beijing Automotive Industry Holding Co. (BAIC)... read more May 9, 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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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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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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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


 
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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


 
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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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