It’s been a veritable Muller love-fest for the last four weeks – and rightly so because there’s been much to celebrate and he’s at the heart of it – but today, March 22, is when the rubber hits the road for the new Saab.
Saab have been busy replenishing parts inventories and the first new cars will roll down the production line today after a stoppage of seven weeks.
From Swedish Radio:
The plant is expected to build some 100 cars a day. But within another four weeks, Saab hopes to double its productivity in order to produce between 50,000 and 60,000 cars a year.
Saab’s former and current Swedish head Jan
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