The long-negotiated deal between GM and Spyker has finally gone through; Saab will be sold to the Dutch supercar maker. Should Saab fans rejoice or worry that this is just another cruel twist in Saab's long, quirky road to børking?
Formula One’s overlord has teamed up with a Luxembourg private investment company to submit a bid to GM to buy Saab. But does the General think the bid's credible?
We've put together this very unofficial poster for today's SaabHistory S.O.S. (Sell Our Saab) rally in downtown Detroit. Let us know in the comments below if you're coming. Don't have a commenter account? Now's a good day to sign up.
While on your way to Detroit to save Trollhättan from the bean-counting trolls, you might as well brew a grande latte, adopt left-wing politics and raid the 80s closet for clothes.
This morning, a day after we reported GM's keeping options open on Saab beyond December 31st, Automotive News reports GM will restart some production lines in January including the 2010 Saab 9-5. So Saab's alive. For the moment anyway.