Swedish Saab Cars to Get German Engines

The Swedish-based auto maker Saab is to use German BMW engines in the future - according to a new agreement signed by the Dutch owner Spyker and BMW in Trollhättan in western Sweden where the Saab factories are located.

Starting in 2012, the next generation of Saab cars will have the German engines.

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