SAAB News: What happened in the meantime

What has happened around Saab in the past 14 days without blogging, what moves the previous owners Spyker and GM, and what is happening in the Swedish auto industry? And there is a somewhat sad Saab

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Rearview mirror: Sweden under ice

"The situation in Sweden is bleak, in Europe it is only worse in Greece than in Sweden," wrote Sweden's leading business newspaper, Dagens Industri, a few days ago. Is it because of the long, cold

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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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Rearview mirror: the turn of the century

For once, let's not just talk about Saab today! Let's also talk about Volvo and thus about the state of the auto industry in Sweden. Yesterday there was bad news from Torslanda. After changing the clock speed in

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SAAB News: Parts production starts and Saab EV1

SAAB News: Parts production starts and Saab EV1. Mattias Bergman, NEVS Vice President, announced at TTELA that his employer wanted to become the first volume manufacturer in the “premium e-car segment” under the Saab brand.

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SAAB Talk: Post from the Saab Bilmuseum and more ...

Post also came from Sweden. The Saab Car Museum invites you to the first annual meeting of the "Saab Car Museum Support Association" on October 25th. Mark and I were already participants in the founding event this summer,

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SAAB News: SAAB factory and the last new cars from USA

In Trollhättan, the sometimes unpleasant reality prevails. As we ponder our problems with NEVS, the facts count there. For the first time, a shuttle bus has been running between Trollhättan and the Volvo plant in Torslanda since July 2nd. At the

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SAAB News: PhoeniX platform, Lotus-Youngman, NEVS, Volvo

We have a summer slump, or do we not have a summer slump? The Swedish press has regained the Saab topic and as announced, the economic news of the last few days come in a summary. That the Saab affair is still

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Saab, the Saab factory and Trollhättan

Mark and I on the way in Trollhättan. The sky is blue, the Saab flags at work are blowing in the wind. The parking lots are filled with a few cars. Parking is in front of the Powertrain Department, at the north gate and at the HP

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