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Blaupunkt drags '80s stereo into 2019
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22nd Jul 2019
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Blaupunkt drags '80s stereo into 2019

Blaupunkt has brought one of its most sought-after stereos back to life, revealing the SQR 46 Bremen overnight. Normally a 1980s stereo wouldn't be huge news, but collectors and restorers are constantly searching for ways to pack modern technology into a housing respectful of classic cabins. The SQR 46 Bremen re-issue will fit into a range of BMW, Saab, Porsche and Mercedes-Benz models from the 1980s and 90s.
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Scott Collie
NEVS to build Saab 9-3 EV in Chinese factory
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11th Dec 2017
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NEVS to build Saab 9-3 EV in Chinese factory

National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) has officially received approval to build the 9-3 EV at a facility in Tianjin, China. The company, which acquired the assets of Saab Automotive in 2012, became the first joint venture company with international backing to be approved for production by the Chinese National Development Reform Commission (NRDC).
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Scott Collie
Saab name no longer an option for new owner NEVS - report
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2nd Feb 2016
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Saab name no longer an option for new owner NEVS - report

It may have a multi billion-dollar supply deal and four all-new models in the wings, but National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) won’t be using the Saab name to market them. That’s according to industry journal Automotive News, which reports this week that Swedish aerospace company Saab AB is no longer entertaining any potential for the Saab brand to be used by NEVS, which bought the failed car maker’s assets in early 2012.
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Mike Stevens
Saab narrowly avoids bankruptcy proceedings, still seeking a partner
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19th Aug 2014
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Saab narrowly avoids bankruptcy proceedings, still seeking a partner

NEVS (National Electric Vehicle Sweden), owner of Saab, has narrowly avoided bankruptcy proceedings and has confirmed that it is still seeking a partner to ensure its long-term future. Last week NEVS confirmed that one of its suppliers, Labo Test, agreed to withdraw a bankruptcy petition lodged with the Swedish government. NEVS owes Labo Test a total of 150,000 kronor ($29,000).
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Derek Fung
Saab 9-3 Aero production restarts in Sweden
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1st Dec 2013
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Saab 9-3 Aero production restarts in Sweden

Series production of Saab vehicles has restarted at the former Swedish brand's Trollhattan assembly plant under the control of new owner National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS). Production of the petrol-powered Saab 9-3 Aero sedan resumes today, more than two and a half years after volume production at the Swedish plant ceased in April 2011, eight months before Saab filed for bankruptcy in December that year.
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David Zalstein