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Formula 1 Racing's Ecclestone to Acquire Saab?
8th January, 2010. Whilst new car makers are departing Formula One in droves, but the F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has an ambition to become involved in new car manufacturing. Ecclestone is understood to be prepapring an offer to acquire Saab in a JV with Swiss based Genni Capital (the same firm that is now the majority owner of the Renault F1 racing team). Bernie, a consumate trader is enjoyinga great challenge as the OEMs depart his F1 series. Mr Ecclestone said: âSaab is a great new car brand that has probably been neglected by its present owners, GM; we donât own Saab yet, so let us see what may happen later today". It is fascinating to watch this latest twist in the Saab story when one considers another potential buyer of Saab is the Dutch/ Russian Spyker - which itself temporarily controlled started as Jordan and via Midland and Spyker formed the basis for the Force India F1 team. Is it possible that we will see Renault F1 (which was born out of Team Benetton) soon become Saab F1 - surely not?
The All New 2010 SAAB 9-5
Diehard SAAB enthusiasts will definitely find the all new 9-5 appealing. The new Saab has an unmistakable "style from Scandinavia" image, managing to keep and reinforce its reputation for build quality and reliability combined in a highly sophisticated package that only cars built in Sweden possessed. Though Saab's new owners Koenigssegg (and a Chinese car manufacturer, BAIC) will seek to bring back that Swedish DNA, this new Saab 9-5 is undoubtedly a GM child. The look is very much borrowed from Saab's aviation heitage with a blackout screen pillars to give the idea of a wraparound jet fighter screen. Looking down the Saab 9-5 from the from the nose down the front to the back wings, the lines are bold and attractive. The 9-5 cabin retains the familiar SAAB control panel dash and the interior generally mixes quality with refinement. The new Saab 9-5 is due in UK Saab dealer shpwroom in March 2010, and whilst new prices have not been officially announced, the new Saab 9-5 range is excpected to start below £20,000 after discount.
SAAB KEEPS GOING!
Saab has enough cash to keep going for some more time; it counts on current funds lasting out until a new owner takes over from bankrupt General Motors (GM), a spokes woman for the Swedish car manufacturer said. Saab received no cash from GM since the US car maker filed for C11 bankruptcy protection. The ailing Swedish car unit could remain afloat for now due to $150m it received from GM in January in order to help it keep running through the uncertain period of reconstruction. As at end May, Saab had $90m of these GM funds remaining. "We have sufficient to pay our salaries and our suppliers, and to keep basic operations continuing until we find a way out of reconstruction". The GM bankruptcy is not likely to upset Saab's recent efforts to find a new owner, and confirmed Saab's position for a couple of months now that it should be announcing a brand new owner soon - "by summer." The Swedish media speculated that a bankrupt GM would threaten the potential Saab sale, since the US court oversees GM's bankruptcy and decides how to treat Saab's debt - almost ten billion Swedish kronor (or $1.3bn) owed to GM. GM approved the Saab proposal which would let Saab settle its debts with its creditors paying 25% of that owed: it would make good sense for the US court to go along with that. The money (that Saab owes to GM) just isn't available, so if a court demands it, the only option would be to put Saab itself into bankruptcy. That would be somewhat pointless. It's economically a better thing for GM to sell Saab than it is to demand something it cannot ever get.
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