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  1. Saab name won't be revived under Chinese ownersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | Automotive News

    A 9-3 sedan built by NEVS has the Saab brand name. NEVS now plans a different badge aimed at Chinese customers.

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  2. Car Wars! The Dearly Departed Edition: Are You More Sad About The Death Of Scion Or Saab?Read the original story

    Wednesday | AutoSpies

    ... of thinking and we were curious. Of two of the dearly departed, WHICH automaker are you going to miss more? Scion or Saab? Scion was the baby sibling of Toyota that was known for spitting out affordable, quirky vehicles. Though the company's run was ...

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  3. Saab name won't be revived under Chinese ownersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | Automotive News

    A 9-3 sedan built by NEVS has the Saab brand name. NEVS now plans a different badge aimed at Chinese customers.

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  4. SaabRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 10, 2014 | Automotive News

    Saab AB, the Swedish aerospace company that owns the Saab brand, will not allow its name or logo to be used on future models produced by National Electric Vehicle Sweden.... Read More >> National Electric Vehicle Sweden, the company that bought Saab, signed a deal with China Volant Industry for 20,000 electric cars based on Saab's 9-3 sedan model.

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  5. New owners of Saab don't get to use the nameRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Autoblog

    Saab won't be revived as a Chinese-backed electric car brand. Aerospace and defense company Saab AB has declined to let the new owners of the dormant automaker's old designs and factory use the name on new cars , Automotive News reports.

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  6. We will not see the Saab badge on the NEVS carsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | INAUTONEWS

    The Swedish company that owns the Saab brand wanted to reiterate the fact that it would not allow its name or logo to be used on future models build by China's National Electric Vehicle Sweden. The consortium that bought the assets of bankrupt Saab Automobile has ambitious plans for its electric car production, aiming to become an important player on the market, as the Chinese government is pushing to promote alternative-powered cars to cut the pollution and the dependency on imported oil.

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  7. Saab name, logo cannot be revived by NEVS - reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | Paul Tan's Automotive News

    Sorry folks, but the "Saab" name will not be making a comeback to the automotive industry. Yes, the popular car company was bought over by National Electric Vehicle Sweden , but a report by Automotive News Europe has reaffirmed that the iconic brand and logo will not feature on any future models by NEVS .

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  8. Reborn Chinese Saab Isn't Allowed To Be Called 'Saab'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 31 | Jalopnik

    It looks as if the Saab brand may not come back to the automobile market-at least, not in its entirety. Saab AB, a Swedish aerospace business with ownership of the name, will not allow the use of its name or logo by its buyout company.

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  9. SaabRead the original story w/Photo

    May 20, 2014 | Automotive News

    National Electric Vehicle Sweden, the company that bought Saab, signed a deal with China Volant Industry for 20,000 electric cars based on Saab's 9-3 sedan model.

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  10. More thoughts on reason Blazer would die at stopsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Daily Herald

    ... it was to figure out and what the heck was causing the problem. Q. I am constantly having to put air in the tires on my Saab 9/3. What could possibly be wrong? First one and then another and I don't see any nails or anything in the tires. I am so ...

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  11. Saab owner NEVS signs deal with China's VolincoRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 12 | Automotive News

    National Electric Vehicle Sweden, the company that bought bankrupt Swedish carmaker Saab, said on Tuesday it had signed a framework deal worth about 8.5 billion crowns with China Volant Industry Co. for 20,000 electric cars.

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  12. $1 billion worth of electric zombie Saabs set to roam Chinese countrysideRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 19 | AutoWeek

    In another turn of events proving that the Saab 9-3 could exist forever, NEVS, the company that bought the Saab name, struck a $1 billion deal to supply 9-3 EVs to China-based aerospace technology monolith Volinco. This deal comes on the heels of an even larger agreement to supply 150,000 electric 9-3 sedans to Panda New Energy, a leasing company.

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  13. Saab owner NEVS signs deal with China's VolincoRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 12 | Automotive News

    National Electric Vehicle Sweden, the company that bought bankrupt Swedish carmaker Saab, said on Tuesday it had signed a framework deal worth about 8.5 billion crowns with China Volant Industry Co. for 20,000 electric cars.

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  14. Rebranded Saab at the center of China's green car pushRead the original story

    Friday Jan 8 | Automotive News

    The Swedish automaker once known as Saab has emerged as part of China's push to make electric vehicles a mass-market alternative to gasoline cars, after getting a $12 billion order for EVs. Chinese-owned National Electric Vehicle Sweden - the company that acquired Saab's assets - said it received an order for 250,000 EVs in December from a little known Chinese company that will include 150,000 cars based on the Saab 9-3 sedan.

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  15. SAAB signs deal to sell 20,000 electric cars in ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 15 | Autoblog

    Another quarter, another gargantuan deal for National Electric Vehicle Sweden , the Chinese-backed firm that bought the assets to Saab in 2012 and then spent two years getting out of financial trouble. The company just announced that it has agreed to a framework deal with China Volant Industry Co.

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  16. NEVS makes another electric-deal for 20,000 carsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 14 | INAUTONEWS

    The consortium that bought Saab has said it made an agreement with China Volant Industry Co for building 20,000 electric cars. National Electric Vehicle Sweden , the successor to Saab, has ambitious plans for its electric car production, aiming to become an important player on the market.

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  17. Saab owner NEVS signs framework deal for 20,000 EVs with China's VolincoRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 12 | Automotive News

    National Electric Vehicle Sweden, the company that bought bankrupt Swedish carmaker Saab, said on Tuesday it had signed a framework deal worth about 8.5 billion crowns with China Volant Industry Co. for 20,000 electric cars.

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  18. Nevs says inks framework deal for 20,000 electric cars withRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 12 | Yahoo!

    Nevs, the China-focused consortium that bought bankrupt Swedish carmaker Saab, said on Tuesday it had signed a framework deal worth about 8.5 billion crowns with China Volant Industry Co. for 20,000 electric cars.

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  19. Rebranded Saab at the center of China's green car pushRead the original story

    Friday Jan 8 | Automotive News

    The Swedish automaker once known as Saab has emerged as part of China's push to make electric vehicles a mass-market alternative to gasoline cars, after getting a $12 billion order for EVs. Chinese-owned National Electric Vehicle Sweden - the company that acquired Saab's assets, though not its name - said it received an order for 250,000 EVs in December from a little known Chinese company that will include 150,000 cars based on the Saab 9-3 sedan.

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  20. Re: Farads vs Amp-hoursRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 7 | EETimes

    ... Or that the Pontiac G6, Saturn Aura, Chevy Malibu, current Chevy Impala, Buick Lacrosse and Regal, Alfa Romeo 159, Saab 9-3, Opel Vectra and Insignia, and Vauxall Vectra and Insignia, are pretty much the same underneath as well? Dodge Challenger and ...

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