ROYAL OAK, MI – Saab Automobile will seek partnerships to help spur development of alternative propulsion for its vehicles and would bring its diesel technology to the U.S. if it could clear regulatory hurdles, the auto maker’s top executive in the region says. Michael Colleran, president and chief operating officer of Saab Cars North America, tells Ward’s at the company’s new headquarters here the brand could cultivate additional technology relationships with a consortium or perhaps link ...
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