Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Saab 9-3 sedan production two years after the bankruptcy restart

Saab 9-3 sedan production two years after the bankruptcy restart
Nov 29 the new owner national electric vehicle Sweden AB, the Swedish car manufacturer Saab, production of the sedan 9-3 on Monday in the Trollhattan plant in Sweden again begins said (Reuters) - a spokesman for Nadeem on Friday.

The 9-3 sedan is powered by a turbocharged petrol engine and "small and modest numbers" for China and Sweden, said Nadeem spokesman Mikael Ostlund built.

This step comes after almost two years reported Saab, which had made cars since 1947, at the end of the year 2011 personal bankruptcy. General Motors co, which sold it in 2010 to Dutch sports car group Spyker was previously part of Saab.

Nadeem, 22 percent owned by the Chinese city of Qingdao by the city are investment company, which bought most of the assets of Saab last year. Ostlund reaffirms that an electric 9-3 sedan will launch is expected next year in China.

Since Nadeem acquired the assets, it has reached new agreements with the 400 suppliers for the 9-3, Ostlund said.

The vehicle, which Monday begins production similar to the last 9-3 fatty acids, which rolled out the line in Trollhattan in 2011. But Ostlund said, 9-3 can renew Nadeem, if it is started as an electric sedan in China next year.

About 600 people now work at Saab assembly plant in Trollhatten, Ostlund said. The factory workforce at that time about 3,500 by Saab bankruptcy, he added.

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