Following last week’s news of Polestar’s Performance Concept Project (PCP) S60, the team has released a short film of its unveiling at the Gothenburg City race arena on June 16th.
Just over a month after our review of Volvo’s hottest production model, V60 T6 AWD R-Design Polestar, the folks at Polestar look to have answered all of our criticisms with their new S60 Polestar, previewed at the Gothenburg City Arena race last weekend.
Administrators of the bankrupt Swedish car maker, Saab Automobile AB, will confirm this morning that a buyer has been found for the company after it closed its doors in November last year.
It’s been the most difficult period in Saab’s 74 year history and for Saab GB, who have successfully traded in the company’s second largest European market for over 50 years. But today a voluntary decision was taken to place Saab Great Britain Ltd into administration, protecting the interests of its creditors and enabling talks to continue over its future financing.
The Saab PhoeniX concept was given its world premiere this morning at Geneva, showcasing Saab’s ‘Aeromotional’ design language inspired by the company’s aviation roots.
The new 9-4X brings unique Saab design and engineering to the growing mid-size crossover segment. With its distinctive Scandinavian looks, Saab are claiming class-leading ride and car-like handling.
Making its world premiere at next month’s Los Angeles Auto Show, the 9-4X expands Saab’s product portfolio to three car lines and will provide a fresh, alternative choice for independently-minded crossover buyers. It is an important next-step in the Swedish brand’s renaissance as an independent premium car manufacturer.
BMW Group has received a major order from Swedish automobile manufacturer Saab to provide petrol engines for a new range of production models. The contract for delivery of the engines from 2012 was signed on Wednesday by Ian Robertson, BMW AG Sales and Marketing Director, and the CEO of Saab Automobile, Jan Åke Jonsson, in Trollhättan in Sweden.
GM finally admit defeat in selling Saab as a going concern.
Last hope for the ailing Swedish carmaker may now lead to it being closed down by GM.
The Swedes are often considered to be a quiet and subtle nation, although anyone who’s spent an evening at the Cafe Opera in Stockholm…