Bravada from GMI commented on the post, economictimes.india.well not something I’d bet my money on… 3 weeks ago
I think that what is missing in all the musings here is the other component, i.e. Dongfeng.
We know that NEVS said they want to license out the Phoenix platform from NEVS. Contrary to the mainstream thinking, I do not believe Chinese companies are after “intellectual property” anymore – they can put as much modern technology as possible in…[Read more]
I do not think there would be an issues with getting back the permission to use the Saab name for a new car if production in THN were to start in earnest. I do not think we even need to discuss that.
What we need to discuss is whether NEVS will ever build any new Saab cars in THN. I don’t know what shape the Phoenix platform is in, but still…[Read more]
Thanks for sharing! This is simply beyond brilliant! Hats off to the young chap, this is so right on so many levels!
BTW, the great mother in the video reminds me so much of my mother…
If Saab is ever to make Saab cars again, they should immediately contact the guy and ask him and his mother and everybody involved for the permission to…[Read more]
Brilliant news (and I wonder if Dongfeng has any strategy at all, or are they just a mock “competitor” to Mahindra in this running), but $65K is pushing it. Saab has barely ever been in this territory. $30-50K is more likely, if we have to talk dollars. Or more like EUR 20-40K.
Bravada from GMI commented on the post, New types of LED headlights with new type of high-beam 4 months ago
I’d rather have Saab wait for this technology to become proven and affordable and then offer it. There is quite a lot of stuff you can put in your car if you are willing to shell out half its price. Part of the extreme appeal of Saab is that it had ALL of the useful technology that was reasonably available at a given time at a regular price -…[Read more]
I too hope that the talk of “Asian company” refers to an Indian company – be it Mahindra or Tata. My wet dream is that it is actually a Japanese automaker like Mazda (no factory in Europe yet growing sales, hint hint), but I guess it is almost a foregone conclusion NEVS is after somebody from India.
I wonder who the automaker that wants to…[Read more]
Care to share the detailed information you have on BMW’s margins? Would be great to learn of them. More importantly, how do you know how much of a margin would BMW have on Saab-branded cars?
For now, BMW only has one FWD model (the 2er minivan) and the MINI brand, and could use more volume for their FWD platforms. Saab could perhaps be sold as…[Read more]
Can you confirm it is neither BAIC nor SAIC either?
Whether there is a deal or it falls through, it would be very interesting to know who the potential partners are. I am quite surprised there are no press reports on that, it seems that those talks must be at a very preliminary stage if the press did not get wind of them yet.
Bravada from GMI commented on the post, NEVS creates deals with 20 Dealers in Sweden to sell Saab cars 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Great news from NEVS! I hope everything will start rolling faster than expected and quicker than expected, just like the Saab 9-3 sales in Sweden. I keep fingers crossed I will be able to order my 9-3X with hybrid […]
Does the image in the background mean that you can now call Saab Parts/Orio and ask to have your embles replaced with the griffin emblems, effectively hacking into your MY14 9-3 and getting rid of the black roundels?
Anything that does not come from Russia.
Seriously though – biogas generated locally from waste/biomass and not excavated from beneath the ground or the sea. Preferably burnt in
“Electric” is not a fuel. […]
I don’t quite care if the Parrot is nicely integrated or looks aftermarket, if I can get the car at EUR 25 000 with one, preferably with a diesel (I love my TTiD!) or at least a hybrid drivetrain. I have a Parrot […]
I wish SU could have complained about DNB’s rates back when I had a credit card with them (not really, it was really competitively priced actually).
Can you get diesel fuel prices a bit lower too as well, dear […]
Now that’s interesting. I wonder how did DNB land the deal, I didn’t know they even offered private leasing / car loans in Sweden, the last time I checked there were just a corporate/investment bank in Sweden […]
Isn’t it rather the case of NEVS and Orio sitting on a few thousands GM engines that were part of the bankruptcy estate and having to find some use for them? I also believe China does accept Euro certification, […]
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