Now that Koenigsegg has dropped out, Saab's going from one boutique supercar maker to another, with the AP reporting Spyker's interested. "But Spyker has no money" you say. No, they don't, but Saab comes with $600 million in loans.
The thinking goes that Spyker may have its eye on using that money, promised to any buyer of Saab by the European Investment Bank, to turn around its own ailing finances. The company hasn't made a profit in the last nine years. Spyker's stock prices rose 25% when this news was made public. [via AFP]