Depending on your viewpoint of Saab, this is either the most heartwarming thing you'll read all day, or as sad and pitiable as a disabled puppy struggling to walk.
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The next Saab 9-3 is scheduled for a 2013 makeover, and if the Swedish manufacturer can get its production line rolling, it may also ditch the 9-3 nameplate in favor of a name that harks back to the brand's earlier years.
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.
Step right up, potential Saab suitors, for your chance to win some hoary old GM Europe platforms, legions of unbalanced, rabid fans, and the legacy of decades of mismanagement and squandered opportunities!