Saab Automobile will resume production next month and begin to explore the feasibility of an entry-level model inspired by the brand’s storied 92001, the auto maker’s new owner says. Victor Muller, CEO of Netherlands-based Spyker Cars N.V. which acquired Saab today from General Motors Co., says he believes a market exists for a “small entry-level Saab” based on the iconic tear-drop shaped car that launched the brand seven decades ago. “Yes, we’re interested. Yes, we’re looking at it,” ...
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