2010 Saab 9-5

Video: 2010 Saab 9-5 And The Resurrection Of Swedish Hip
Video: 2010 Saab 9-5 And The Resurrection Of Swedish Hip

A near-death experience can really do a number on a person, or a company, whatever the case may be. When people are involved, we know it tends to refocus you a bit, make you think of what is important in life and what you may have missed out on while you're busy surfing the Internet for inexpensive...Read More»

2010 Saab 9-5
GM Says Saab Will Continue to Partner With OnStar

Lost in the General Motors sale of Saab to Spyker cars was OnStar's future with the brand. Any uncertainty about whether future Saabs would carry the system was settled on Friday when GM announced that an agreement has been reached that will allow Saab to continue offering OnStar. Starting with the...Read More»

2010 Saab 9-5
Spyker: Saab To Become A Streamlined Performance Brand

The long, strange saga of Saab is nearly at an end, and the company's new parent, Spyker, has now revealed plans for the brand's future. In a nutshell, Saab will be repositioned as a performance marque, based on a core group of three or four models. The Saab 9-3, 9-4X, and 9-5 are confirmed members...Read More»

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Upcoming Concept Vehicle Will 'Define The New Saab'

The good news for Saab keeps on rolling: last month, we mentioned that the company's sale to Koenigsegg was looking like a done deal (thanks to a €400 million loan from the European Investment Bank), and now comes word that Saab is developing a new, small concept vehicle to presage the company's...Read More»

2010 Saab 9-5
Preview: 2010 Saab 9-5

•    What is it: A long, long overdue replacement for the Saab 9-5 luxury sedan and wagon •    The basics: Built from GM's Buick LaCrosse/Chevrolet Malibu platform; V-6 and turbo V-6 engines; all-wheel drive option •    On sale: Late 2009 in Europe •    Price: $40,000 (est.) Has...Read More»

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GM and Koenigsegg Group Sign Stock Purchase Agreement For Saab Sale

The bidding for GM's Saab division has finally reached a conclusion, with a Swedish consortium lead by supercar manufacturer Koenigsegg announced as the final buyer for the struggling automaker. General Motors has been looking for a buyer for Saab since late last year, as it tried to cut brands and...Read More»

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