This weekend, the New York International Auto Show begins. 55 years ago, that show marked by debut of Saab to the United States when then aircraft parts consultant, Ralph Millet, agreed to display two green Saab 93 cars. It was to be a beginning of a new episode for Ralph Millet as well as an expansion to what would become Saab’s number one market.
Ralph Millet grew up in Boston in the 1920’s and 1930’s. He was finishing up at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Updated Thu 21 April 2011 at 19:40 by Dave T
According to the website autobuzz.com , the new Saab 9.3 might be displayed at the Frankfurt motorshow in September 2011 . Is it only a buzz or the reality ??
A bruised, battered but a happy-to-be-alive Saab Automobile says it’s on track to return to profitability backed by the introduction of a new-model rollout including the all-new 9-3 range late next year.
Free from the shackles of its former financially stricken General Motors ownership, the newly independent Swedish company credits its survival on the success of the viral ‘Save Saab’ campaign.Tasmanian-based Saab enthusiast Stephen Wade – who now heads the company’s social media
Debt Office: "We did everything we could but now it also depends on other actors'
Eric Geers: "We hope that everything will be resolved as soon as possible but we do not know what will happen Monday. We do not have everything resolved today and we'll continue to work this weekend."
The EIB loan of 400 million can only be used as part of research and of devellopement for the environment. So money must come from outside. This is where Vladimir Antonov represents
That idea was revealed in an interview of JAJ given at the end of March to Automotiveworld.com . We learn therefore that the idea of baptizing the 9.5 Saab 9.6 has been on the table for discussions.
"The 9.3 is a rival to the Audi A4 and will remain so. While the 9.5 is a competitor for the Audi A6. So we had a discussion about whether we should call the new 9.5 with 9.6 and suggesting in the same time that the new 9.5 is superior in range to the previous generation. But finally