December 20, 2014

Spyker want $3 billion from GM over Saab Saga

Photo of Victor Muller with Saab

Spyker has filed a law suit against General Motors for $3 billion for refusing to allow Saab to be sold to the Chinese. Victor Muller is not the kind of man who gives up until he’s exhausted every avenue to get what he wants. Which might explain why Spyker has just issued a $3 billion […]

Saab sale to National Electric Vehicle Sweden confirmed

Saab sold to NEVS

The sale of a substantial portion of Saab assets to National Electric Vehicle Sweden has been confirmed. It’s taken a very long time, but Saab has finally found a new home in the hands of National Electric Vehicle Sweden, as we reported last week. National Electric Vehicles Sweden has been set up to take over the assets […]

Saab SOLD to National Electric Vehicle Sweden

Saab SOLD

The Swedish press are reporting this morning that Saab administrators have agreed a deal to sell Saab to National Electric Vehicle Sweden. The Saab Saga has been going on so long it’s hard to think of it is a car maker any more. But that may be about to change. The Swedish press are reporting this morning that a […]

Saab: Could Spyker restart production of the Saab 9-5?

Saab 9-5 Spyker

The key to the future of Saab is possibly the right to manufacture the Saab 9-5. Could that bring Spyker and Victor Muller back? It’s now almost three months since bidding by prospective saviours of Saab ended, yet we’re still waiting for a decision from the administrators as to which company is the preferred bidder. From an […]

2012 Saab 9-3 Convertible: Last 26 RHD cars up for grabs

Saab 9-3 Convertible Last

The last 26 RHD Saab 9-3 Convertible models – hand finished in Sweden – are now for sale in the UK from £22,750. Back in March – at the same time we reported the Saab Museum had re-opened – we were also able to report that ANA, the Saab dealers in Trollhatten, have bought up the part-made cars […]

Saab Museum reopens & Saab back in production – sort of

Saab Production

The Saab Museum has reopened after Saab’s bankruptcy problems and a Trollhatten dealer is to ‘build’ the last 100 Saabs. We’re still waiting for a decision from Saab’s administrators about which – if any – of the bids they’ve received for what’s left of Saab are solid enough to pursue. But that hiatus doesn’t mean there’s no […]

Tata NOT bidding for Saab – but Mahindra are

Tata not bidding for Saab

Despite claims that Tata have placed a bid for Saab, Ratan Tata has said they have not but confirms Mahindra has. Yesterday, in the midst of all the news coming in from Geneva, we heard rumours that Tata had placed a bid said to be worth $350 million for Saab. Which didn’t add up for us, so we didn’t report […]

Saab bidding closed, buyer announced soon

Saab Production

The Swedish press have been told that the bidding on Saab has now closed and that the successful buyer will be announced shortly. It’s amazing how much interest – and speculation – there is around the demised Saab; so much so we’ve probably reported as much on Saab after its demise as we did when it was […]

BMW bidding for Saab? There’s more chance of BMW buying Rangers

BMW Logo & Saab Logo

The interwebs claim that BMW are to bid for what’s left of Saab, which seems about as likely as BMW buying Rangers. Saab was back in the car news this week when Youngman confirmed they’ve placed a bid with the receivers for what’s left of Saab. But the rumour mill never stops where Saab is concerned, and […]

Saab: China’s Youngman submits new $2 billion offer

Youngma and Saab

The founder of China’s Youngman – Pang Qingnian – has revealed Youngman submitted a $2 billion offer to buy Saab from the administrators on 14th February. We’ve all seemingly written-off Saab as dead and buried; a once proud marque consigned to the scrap heap of history after the debacle of GM ownership and Victor Muller’s ill-fated […]

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