Saab Is Going To Get More Models: Muller Says

August 06, 2010 / by / 0 Comment

You might have seen these news a couple of months back that Saab is going to die, GM is going to kill Saab and many other such news but Spyker has made all these news wrong, after getting this brand from GM now the company is seriously working on the future models of Saab.

The Spyker founder and Saab Automobile AB Chairman Victor Muller has confirmed this news on Thursday that the Saab dealers will receive the latest 9-3 in 2012, he has made this announcement at CAR Management Briefing Seminars in Traverse City, Mich.


This thing has been reported that the company is planning to bring additional models into the platform of Phoenix after it yields a redesigned 9-3. The dealers who were not provided with the previous models of Saab by GM will now get Cadillac-based 9-4X crossover that will become available in April 2011 in Mexico.

While referring to his moves to saves the Saab brand, Muller said that “Spyker’s only contribution to the new 9-5 is the fact that it still exists” and further “There had been no cars delivered to U.S. dealers since February 2009.”

It was further notified that the Phoenix platform as developed by GM will stay as it is but the company will now try to bring the design change and that will actually show the new ownership of Spyker for Saab.

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