Forgive me if this was previously posted? Car and Driver columnist Bruce McCall wrote this for September's issue.

[FONT=Georgia]The most melancholy aspect here is the haunting suspicion that Saab didn’t have to end this way, that there was a sufficient niche and a tidy profit to be found among the millions of enlightened car ­buyers in Europe and America for a car of such sterling and singular virtues—if there was the nerve to stay true to its character.[/FONT]
Lays plain the incompetence in Detroit, contrasts the loss with the pointless Maybach too. The best epitaph for the Saab brand I've found so far.