Can anyone shed some light on this?
How could General Motors, while "winding down" Saab, allow 9-4x production to start?
If anyone at Automotive News is reading this, how accurate is your chart? Could this be an error?
It's Automotive News, it's a made up number.
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The fact that even pilot units were built (confirmed) is telling.
The pilot builds were so they could send the last new Saab to the museum in Trollhättan
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Interesting. I'm anxious to see what Spyker will do with Saab.
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I read that the wind down guys have been put on hold and haven't been given a start date.
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As long as the Russians are not getting a stake in Saab, GM should sell it, otherwise kill it. I think the Russians were trying to go through the back door to get what they could not get with Opel.
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