TURIN, Italy – Saab Automobile’s Phoenix concept car, unveiled at the Geneva auto show earlier this month, is an indicator not only of where design is going but how far the auto maker’s organization already has come since gaining independence from General Motors. The new Saab is proving to be a much leaner, faster-moving organization. The show car was created in less than six months by the small and virtual design team led by American designer Jason Castriota from his New York studio. ...

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