Angelo, I understand your points, however you miss one key thing. GM caused those problems for itself by NOT investing in those concepts, technologies, and marketing. They knew Saab couldn’t compete without those things but continued for 20 years (especially once the original 9-5 was released…good lord) without correction. How was that Saab’s…[Read more]
So now we have:
SAAB/NEVS – Sweden
SRIT – China
Teamsun – China
Mahindra – India
Another Asian group (OEM2) -Asia somewhere
Or is OEM2 the group in the article?
Who are they?
I can’t believe this company. They apply not only for a reorganization, but then ask for it to be extended. TWICE! Then have the nerve to start construction of a new factory in a foreign nation across the globe? Even if the money pile is different, that money could have went to restarting Trollhattan. How dare them! The Swedish courts should…[Read more]
The third and fourth chart literally tells you everything. This is a shame.
I like the outside, but the inside is hideous! That center stack looks like it was taken off of any Chrysler or Dodge product…YIKES! http://www.briggschrysler.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/2012-Chrysler-300C-interior1.jpg
Where is the scandinavian designed interior?
No. The B207R is a GM LK9 Ecotec Generation I 2.0T engine. It was used in the 2003-2011 9-3. 210 HP.
The GM Ecotec A20NFT 2.0T (also known as the GM LDK) engine is an Ecotec Generation II engine. It is the one […]
that is correct from what i saw from the presentation.
9-3 Aero (Launched today)
9-3 Facelift Sedan (Spring ’14)
9-3 Facelift Wagon (Spring ’14)
9-3 Facelift EV (Spring ’14)
9-3 Facelift Convertible […]
no word on US sales yet. oh well.
“And the guys at NEVS know this, they know that the revised 9-3 will be very difficult to get out on the market regardless of how updated it is, especially with todays tough competition among the brands. And […]
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