Globalization is a funny thing. It used to be that American cars were made in America, Japanese cars were made in Japan, and so on. But thanks to the globalized age we live in, there was once a Japanese car rebadged as a Swedish car thanks to an American company's interest in both.
Since Saab's officially been handed over to Spyker, founder Victor Muller claims he's keen to build a Mini-fighter. Better news? Current renderings take inspiration from the 92's sleek teardrop shape, and Muller's even codenamed it "92." Very exciting.
Assisted suicide is illegal in Sweden, explaining why Saab, a brand born from jets, died such a slow and painful death at the hands of GM and others. The seven vehicles most responsible for killing the Saab brand below.