SAAB interview. Conversation with Inka Spira.

In front of her office is a red Saab 96. Not by chance, you might think. Because the rotund Swede was driven by her mother Theresia Kunert and was also the first Saab, the Inka Spira was allowed to move. She grew up with Saab, the dealership was founded by her parents and she leads the traditional business successfully in the second generation.

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SAAB weekend. Invisible?

Once again, an interview by Saab 2.0 press officer Mikael Östlund goes through the network. There is a 30-minute interview on “New Motor”, a magazine for alternative drives, which you can listen to in the original. If you want. While the Internet community is grumbling about bad press work in Sweden or about ignorance towards customers, I have a completely different question.

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SAAB News: An interview and the consequences

It finally seems clear, given the current status, that we will not get any new Saab with conventional drive. The demand and thus the motivation to start production in summer 2013 comes from China, where opportunities are being calculated. For the new edition, the “old” Saab 9-3 is heavily revised in terms of body and interior so that it can be perceived as a new car

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Jan Åke Jonsson and Victor Muller interview car salon Geneva

Geneva. One year after the takeover of Saab Automobile by Spyker, Jan Åke Jonsson is in Geneva to present the new 9-5 Sport Combi, a new concept car and the new 9-3 Griffin. Dagens Industri, the business newspaper in Sweden,

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Autogazette: Interview with Victor Muller

The Swedish car brand Saab is to be profitable again in the year 2012. Spyker CEO Victor Muller talks about sales targets, new models and China's booming market in an interview with the car gazette. The interview is end of year 2010, yet interesting. The Swedish traditional brand

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