Another little dose of speculation for the weekend! Yesterday I received an email from Spain in my mailbox. On the Iberian Peninsula there could be new Saab cars again from summer after more than three years of drought.
That at least wrote two days ago the “La Tribuna de Automocion”With reference to persons not named. Saab hopes to be able to return to the Spanish market with the 9-3 in the summer. All of this sounds a bit speculative, there are no official confirmations.
But there is a very clear trend in the media landscape. In the Netherlands, Norway and now in Spain, Saab is back on the agenda. All three countries were strong markets for the brand from southern Sweden until the end, and the return to these regions seems logical. Also the Spanish one Autobild jumped on this story, maybe there really is substance behind it.
15 cars a day - or a week?
It is also unclear how many vehicles are currently rolling off the production line in Trollhättan every day. “Motoradictos” writes of 15 vehicles per day (15 unidades diarias), but refers to “La Tribuna de Automocion“That writes of 15 vehicles per week (15 coches a la semana). The