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Citroen Revolte concept car at 2009 Frankfurt motor show

Thu, 10 Sep 2009

By Tim Pollard First Official Pictures 10 September 2009 10:40 New leaked photographs of the Citroen Revolte have seeped across the internet – revealing the mysterious concept car that some commentators claim harks back to the 2CV. These Revolte photos were published by our friends over at Worldcarfans.Although we know little about the Revolte, judging by its name it's yet another electric car. And these photos reveal more of its compact style, complete with suicide doors.Citroen Revolte: the leaked photos and the official teaserCitroen issued one teaser photograph of its surprise for the 2009 Frankfurt motor show earlier in the week – and we said it looks set to be a concept car hint of the next C2 supermini.

Read the GM press release annoucing the sale of Saab to Spyker Cars

Tue, 26 Jan 2010

PRESS RELEASE: GM Reaches Agreement to Sell Saab to Spyker DETROIT -- General Motors and Spyker Cars NV today confirmed that they have reached a binding agreement on the purchase of Saab Automobile AB. "Today's announcement is great news for Saab employees, dealers and suppliers, great news for millions of Saab customers and fans worldwide, and great news for GM,” said John Smith, GM vice president for corporate planning and alliances. “General Motors, Spyker Cars, and the Swedish government worked very hard and creatively for a deal that would secure a sustainable future for this unique and iconic brand, and we're all happy for the positive outcome,” Smith said.

Saab targets customers' hearts, brains and wallets in North America

Fri, 08 Jul 2011

Saab executives said they're optimistic the struggling brand will be able to attract customers despite production stoppages at the company's Trollhaettan, Sweden, plant and cash flow problems. The Swedish automaker aims to target consumers and instill confidence with a grass-roots marketing campaign that focuses on the "heart, brain and wallet," Saab Cars North America President Tim Colbeck told reporters at Saab's North American headquarters in suburban Detroit on Thursday. Colbeck said the company must move away from selling vehicles based on price and focus more on making customers enthusiastic about driving Saab's vehicles.