A Spyker Cars spokeswoman told Reuters that the Swedish supercar maker is still interested in buying Saab from General Motors and is not aware of any deadlines imposed on the process. On Dec. 2, Spyker confirmed that it was interested in buying the brand from the Detroit automaker after a deal with another Swedish supercar manufacturer, Koenigsegg Group AB, collapsed.
Well, while Spyker isn’t aware of any deadlines, GM said that “the Board will evaluate potential bids between now and the end of December.”
“At that time, we will determine whether a suitable arrangement for Saab exists,” GM said in a statement. “If not, we will begin an orderly wind down of the global Saab business at that time.”
– By: Stephen Calogera