Production of the Saab 9-2X is under way at Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.’s Gunma Yajima Plant in Japan. The Subaru maker jointly developed the 9-2X with Saab Automobile for the North American market. The tie-up is part of an overarching alliance strategy for General Motors Corp., which fully owns Saab and holds a 20% share in Fuji. Saab 9-2X The 9-2X, which bowed last December at the Los Angeles auto show, is based on Subaru’s WRX sport wagon platform and borrows key ...

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