STOCKHOLM, Nov 20 (Reuters) - The buyer of bankrupt Swedish automaker Saab is eyeing a possible relaunch of the brand's 9-3 model with a conventional engine ahead of the launch of its first electric car. National Electric Vehicle Sweden, which bought Saab assets earlier this year and plans to launch its first electric car in 2014, said it had sounded out suppliers about making a gasoline-powered car next year. "We have not taken any decisions yet, but we are ...
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