‘We have made efforts to solve the problems that have blocked a purchase, and we have asked GM and everybody else involved to reconsider the situation,’ Muller said. 'It is still possible to reach an agreement,’ he added.
Muller said the new offer includes an eleven-point proposal to overcome obstacles that had become evident during the due diligence process.
He said that the renewed bid eliminates the need for a European Investment Bank loan approval before the year’s end. In his words, this will allow the deal to be concluded within GM’s deadline.
A SAAB spokesperson in Trollhättan confirmed that Spyker had come with a new bid, but she declined to comment on it.
'This is up to General Motors,' she said.