Saab has been in a state of turmoil lately, but this may all end soon.
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Now that the entire company’s been pawned off like so many storage units on a Discovery Channel show, Saab’s entire 100+ car collection in its home base of Trollhättan is up for grabs to the greedy, unwashed masses.
Due to the on-again, off-again battle with parts suppliers, Saab announced this week that production of its automotive line will not restart on August 9, as we reported several weeks ago.
In best example of Asian fusion since PF Chang’s, Geely Automobile has denied a rumor that it was looking to purchase Saab, because it already has its hands full with another Swedish automaker: Volvo.