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Spyker warns that Saab's future is 'uncertain' without fresh funds

Fri, 01 Apr 2011

Spyker Cars NV, the Dutch parent of Saab, said the Swedish automaker's financial situation is worsening and warned that Saab's future is at risk without additional financing. In its annual report released today, Spyker said the company's "continuity" could become uncertain unless it secures extra funds to finance ongoing operations and the execution of its business plan. Earlier this week, Saab was forced to shut down production for short intervals after key suppliers halted parts deliveries for non-payment.

Higher speed limits result in fewer crashes

Tue, 25 Mar 2014

Raising the speed limit can make roads safer, according to a study carried out in Denmark. The Danish Road Directorate monitored how driver behaviour and accident rates changed when speed limits on country roads and motorways were increased. Need for Speed film review 60mph M1 motorway speed limit proposed Auto Express magazine reported that there was a drop in the number of accidents when the speed limit on single carriageway roads was increased from 50mph to 56mph.

Aston Martin and Mercedes 'to strike €300m deal'

Wed, 22 Oct 2008

By Georg Kacher Motor Industry 22 October 2008 21:25 CAR Online today lifts the lid on the secret deal – codenamed Romeo and Juliet – being hammered out between Aston Martin and Mercedes-Benz. We have sensational details of the alliance, including a plan for hybrid Aston Martins, the full range of proposed Lagonda models and even a possible DB10 and 4x4 from the Aston Martin Lagonda stable. Back in August 2008, we revealed how the British sports car maker was in talks with the German giant over future cooperation (read our original Aston-Merc scoop here).