Saab began producing cars back in 1949, but since then it’s passed into General Motors ownership and after falling into bankruptcy in 2010 was finally bought by Dutch supercar manufacturer, Spyker. 2012 saw the company fall into trouble again, with the Chinese company NEVS buying all Saab Automobile's assets. NEVS plans to launch an all-electric version of the Saab 9-3 in March 2014, but the firm is not allowed to use the traditional Saab griffin badge.

Latest Saab Reviews

Latest on Saab