Resurrected Swedish brand promises all-new model lineup by 2012, including a 9-3 hatchback.
By now, you’ve probably heard that, following years of careless stewardship at the hands of a neglectful American foster family, the quirky Saab brand has been adopted by Dutch supercar builder Spyker. But if trouble-prone Saab is to be healthy, its future offerings need to quickly get competitive with some standout products from BMW, Audi, Cadillac, and others. What might future Saabs be like? Well, Spyker has just provided details on the new models it plans to introduce over the next two years, as well as its vision for the brand over the longer term … Read the Car&Driver News article