Swedish Automobile

Aw, Snap: Spyker Sues GM For Making Saab Go All Bankrupt
Aw, Snap: Spyker Sues GM For Making Saab Go All Bankrupt

The Saab story would be hilarious if it weren't so heartbreaking. The latest news? Saab's current parent, Spyker, is suing the company's former parent, General Motors, for standing in the way of Saab's adoption by a third parent (China's Youngman) and thereby forcing Saab into bankruptcy. If you've...Read More»

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GM Says 'No' To Saab Sale: We Recap The Saga's High Points Up To Today

The long, strange, saga of Saab may finally be coming to a close. Even though there's a shaky deal with Chinese investors in the works, GM has said that it will block any sale of Saab that involves the sharing of GM technology. As a result, Saab's reorganization administrator is once again pushing...Read More»

2011 Saab 9-5
Saab Ends Deal With Pang Da & Youngman: The End Is (Probably) Near

Saab fans, we have some bad news: the automaker has cancelled its agreements with Chinese firms Pang Da and Youngman. As a result, Saab's future seems a little dimmer and grimmer. If you've been following this story, you know that Pang Da and Youngman have been the only investors willing to give...Read More»

2011 Saab 9-5
Saab's Chinese Suitors Bail, Court Asked To Pull The Plug

Yesterday, Saab hit the snooze button and dreamed of survival a bit longer, thanks to a series of loans from North Street Capital totaling $70 million. That isn't nearly enough to keep the brand afloat, though, and the company has been banking on investments from China for its long-term stability...Read More»

2011 Saab 9-5
Saab Gets A Lifeline From North Street Capital

Saab, or more specifically Swedish Automobile (Swan), has received a monetary lifeline from North Street Capital, LP. The deal will generate $10 million in cash (for shares of Swan common stock) by this Friday, followed by a loan of $60 million, expected to close next week. If North Street Capital...Read More»

2011 Saab 9-5
Saab Files For Bankruptcy Protection; Will China Save The Day?

Saab has had more than its share of troubles the past few years, and the company's failing finances have been headline fodder for weeks. So it should come as no surprise that earlier today, the company filed for "voluntary reorganization" with the District Court in Vänersborg, Sweden. Critics...Read More»

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Saab Drowning In Debt, Customers Jump Ship, CEO Gets Raise

Usually there's a lull in auto news at this time of year, but Saab is bucking the trend with plenty of high-stakes drama. New reports indicate that the Swedish government is about to seize Saab's assets, customers are fleeing the brand, and curiously, the CEO of Saab's parent company has landed a...Read More»

2011 Saab 9-5
Saab Returns From The Brink Of Collapse With 3 New Models

To say that Saab has had a tough time the past couple of years is like saying that Alaska is slightly chilly in the winter. Since the recession hit in 2008, Saab has teetered on the brink of collape, but fans will be happy to know that a new infusion of cash has put the company back on its feet...Read More»

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