Intruders - that's how quickly the car market in Sweden is changing

Only in very sentimental moments do you remember that Saab once played a role in the top 10 new registrations in Sweden. That was long over, after that Volvo became the top dog. The ranks 1

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Borgward - Say goodbye (again) quietly Servus!

We live in a time of change. The old goes or is gone. New things are coming, but not every plan works. There was the Borgward story, which had several Saab cross connections. In the center of the action

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The Kia EV6 and the cool pilot's cockpit

Korean cars don't make me want anything. Actually. I never owned one, I wouldn't buy one. No way. It's carved in granite. Then Kia came with the stinger. Damn what a beautiful one

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Saab 9-5 SVO and 9-5 X - the hot plans from Göta Älv

When Saab presented the new 1997-9 in 5, they had big plans. Depending on the sources, between 120 and 130.000 vehicles should be produced each year. That was ambitious, but doable. Especially when on Göta

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Things that work. But they're not fun.

It's worth trying things out. Only then can you tell whether ideas are working. Sometimes plans work out, but you can see that despite their success, they are not fun. That includes the Volvo issue. For me it was

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Saab spare parts. Thoughts and perspectives for the future

Last week, the reports about Orio AB brought some Saab owners back into the rough reality. No, there is no imminent danger. But you don't have to become a prophet to either

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MG - when a big, old make of car comes back

It was around 1989. I was young and pretty naive about cars. And I wanted a British roadster. The choice between a Triumph Spitfire and an MGB was clear

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The Saab workshops need our visit. Now!

Spring begins, and with it the season for enthusiast vehicles begins. Many Saab are leaving their winter quarters, and not so long ago there was mail from the workshops on the occasion. Special promotions lured and the

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The resignation, an IPO, a trap. Saab 10 years ago.

It is 25.03.2011/19/XNUMX. A bomb goes off in the stallbacka. Jan Åke Jonsson, Saab CEO, will resign on May XNUMXth. His step shook the Saab world, and the facade of the successful comeback

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40 years of Saab on Carl-Benz-Straße - relic and passion

Carl-Benz-Strasse 27, Frankfurt am Main. For a brief moment everything seems fine. The Saab flags are blowing in the cool March wind, truck traffic thunders past on the road. But a second look reveals the sadness.

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Saab Automobile from 10 years - Phoenix wants to fly

Trollhättan, Sweden in March 2011. The month starts on a positive note at the Saab plant in Stallbacka. Fate seems to mean well with the little brand that finally wants to let the Phoenix fly. Also otherwise

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Design trend - return of the shell-shaped bonnet

Sixten Sason was to blame. The great designer gave the Saab 99 its shell-shaped bonnet. So he was in line with the trend, maybe he was looking in the direction of Munich. The “New Class” from BMW, introduced in 1962, had

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10 years ago - Saab Independence Day

It is cold on February 23, 2011 in Trollhättan. Uncomfortable, just Swedish winter. The sun is scarce, and so the Independence Day celebrations don't start until 11:00 a.m. The first day of the

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Big car brands - the return of the dream factory?

If the pandemic did not determine our everyday life, the birth of Stellantis would not have taken place so silently. The merger of PSA and FCA Group brings a new automotive giant, the many big, old ones

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The Club Abo - how Geely wants to change the auto industry with Lynk & Co

Chinese automakers are not suspected of being creative. A European way of thinking that is out of date. What Geely has been surprisingly and consistently testing with Lynk & Co stands for fresh thinking. That there is someone behind it

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