If we are supposed to use a medicinal term, I would prefer “induced coma”, like the sort you get when you’ve had a severe head trauma.
Not dead, not zombie. Just sedated, awating recovery.
Are there zombies in your reality?? 😉
As I read it the three parts are Mahindra, Dongfeng and “someone close” (Volvo??)
If the third party is Volvo, what then about Geely? Does Geely and Dongfeng cooperate somewhere or are they “enemies”?
Please let it be someone who can do to Saab what Tata did to Jaguar-LandRover.
Fingers, arms, legs and eyes crossed
I’m here. I just didn’t really believe the SvD story. Perhaps others did the same?
I just bought a nice black 2010 9-5 SC 2.3t Griffin BioPower so I wont have to use the nice black 9000 2.3T everyday, so I won’t leave. No way!
I am not sure I understand the question. NEVS owns and develops the Phoenix platform.
And it is what NEVS is at the moment; A company with a modern, not quite finished, platform, but no cars to produce.
Hans H commented on the post, ANA Group former SAAB-ANA in Trollhättan cuts workforce with 40 people 3 months, 1 week ago
We just bought a 2010 Saab 9-5SC 2.3 BioPower. And I intend to use that as our daily drive.
I hope we won’t have any problems with spare parts.
The car looks, and feels, like new. Wonderful, quite simply.
I think the amount of comments is a clear sign of the frustration that is setting in.
I have supported Saab for a long, long time. And I have to answer friends and colleagues all the time on what Saab is doing, or not doing. And live with “fun” remarks on my collection of 1/43 Saabs at the office.
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Hans H commented on the post, There is only ONE possible future owner of SAAB Cars and that is SAAB AB 4 months ago
I think so too.
Gm did what GM had to do. But what GM did the years before were shameful. Not only for Saab, but also for Holden, Pontiac, Olds…They were even close to fail with Opel.
GM is/was a pitiful company.
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