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Spyker and Youngman building on Saab platform

Published måndag 27 augusti 2012 kl 13.05
"It's just so sad that this opportunity rises out of the ashes of my beloved Saab"
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Spyker, the small luxury car maker that briefly owned Saab Automobile, says it is teaming up with China’s Youngman to produce cars built on a Saab platform.

Swedish Radio News reports that the two companies have signed a contract  creating two joint subsidiaries.

One will work with the Phoenix platform, which was under development at Saab before its bankruptcy.

The other company, Spyker P2P, will work on SUVs.

Spyker’s CEO Victor Muller tells Swedish Radio News they are considering building the new Phoenix-based model either in China or Spyker’s home in the Netherlands. “But who knows,” he says, “we might build cars in Sweden.”

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