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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NEVS Phoenix 3.x-based EV's ready in 2018

NEVS in Trollhättan received a delegation this weekend from their largest customer to date: Panda New Energy. Its owner and chairman Chao Ma visited the SAAB Museum and took part in several meetings at the

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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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SAAB Weekend: Action Winter Quarter and Spyker-Youngman

SAAB Weekend: Action Winter Quarter and Spyker-Youngman. Friend Achim and I were on the weekend in a spontaneous Winterquartier action. Of course in terms of Saab, more specifically in terms of Saab 9000. Details of our company, which led to such an unexpected result, I'll tell in the next few days on the blog.

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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 Day: Saab Zentrum Mainz and LeanNova Trollhättan

Today there is some economic theory and something about real cars. This is called balanced reporting. Here we go. Today I was traveling with my friend Marco in Hesse and Rhineland-Palatinate. Have in the Saab Center Mainz

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Saab News: Ambassador meets NDRC - new Saab technologies

Saab is really not like other companies. When other companies are in trouble, innovations are least to be expected. If you read yesterday's Saab press release, you will listen carefully. We are talking about the modular platform,

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