Great News for Saab Fans, Production Starts Again
When General Motors was ready to discontinue the Saab brand several months ago, many feared it would be the end of Saab vehicles.
Luckily, Swedish car maker Spyker swooped in to save the day and purchased Saab. For the past seven weeks, they've been retooling the assembly plant and have now produced the first ever Saab under the new company's ownership.
The first cars produced will be the new-generation Saab 9-5 sedan and the 9-3 convertible. By next year, the company will be producing 5 distinct models including the all new 9-4X crossover.
This is great news for Saab lovers who thought the brand was dead.
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