SAAB Day: Trollhättan, sports car study and Saab packages

In Trollhättan, the balance sheet is being drawn up again. The CEO of Innovatum, Tore Helmersson, gave an interview on the Swedish radio P4Väst about Saab two days ago. As part of the state aid package for Trollhättan, the Innovatum

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SAAB Talk: Car Crisis

SAAB Talk: Car Crisis. Volvo, the other Swedish brand, will not rest. But from Saab-City comes at least some good news as a contrast to the bad industry news that drag like a skid mark across Europe. Before we start a brief foray into the car industry, let's take a look at our favorite Qoros.

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SAAB Day: The King in Trollhättan

King Carl XVI Gustav of Sweden was a guest at the Saab Museum today. Curator Peter Bäckström, who incidentally was a development engineer at Saab Automobile before moving to the Bil Museum, greeted the monarch and presented a Saab

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SAAB News: Now it's getting serious for the e-power project

Today it's about Saab Parts AB, the e-Power project and the almost 1000 Saabs in American ports. Let's start with the e-Power project. "Now it's getting serious" ... at least that's the opinion of

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SAAB News: Good prospects for the "SAAB" brand

There is great ambition behind the work of the Saab administrators. You would like to present a ready-made solution to continue the brand and production in Sweden. Since the trademark rights are not owned by Saab Automobile AB, but

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SAAB day: Bub Lutz and the bean counters and more ...

The former Saab blogger Swade, whose daily article I still miss, writes not only, but again and again, about Saab in his Sweadology. He recently bought an Alfa Romeo, which is acceptable

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Saab location: Riks revisions checked "Trollhättan package"

Trollhättan is a small, tranquil town in a very charming, pristine landscape. There is the Götaland Canal, the E45, a better country road and a single-track railway connection. Plus a small airport. Not exactly a sparkling infrastructure for

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