Saab is a Swedish company producing cars start from scratch designing farm company in 1949 an emphasis on aerodynamics, which is a reflection of its history as an aircraft manufacturer. The first production Saab, 92, had a lower coefficient of friction than many modern cars. 93 unveiled in 1955, is powered by a three-cylinder, 33 horsepower, and was quickly back early Saabs distinctive profile made of the most recognizable cars on the road. By the time the ’50s came to an end, the Saab lineup grew to Saab 95 car and 93,750 Gran Turismo, first built sports car series automaker included.
In 1973, Saab gave birth to 99 Combi Coupe. The car defines the Saab fire; with its tailgate and folding rear seat that offered remarkable utility. At the end of the decade, the Saab 99 Turbo, which is a pioneer in the use of turbo technology for use in automobile production was launched. The company also Saab 900, which held the distinction of being the first car to offer an air filter cabin.
In 1990, General Motors bought half of Saab automotive division. The decade saw the introduction of a renovated 900; the car offers a host of security features art, including seat belts three three-point turn and side effects of back protection. By the time the ’90s came to an end, he unveiled the Saab 9-5, a larger, premium four-door sedan that offered essentially replace the 9-5 9000 a number of new technologies such as ventilated seats. It was also the first Saab active head restraints, a system designed to deliver prevent whiplash injuries.
By the 2000s, General Motors bought half of Saab Automobile. Despite the position of the brand at the forefront of security technology, Saab’s popularity declined in the US and throughout the world as its product portfolio grew increasingly stale and depend on GM for parts, platforms, and design. The new models like the 9-2X and the 9-7X are based on platforms borrowed from other brands – Subaru and Chevrolet, respectively. Meanwhile, the 9-5 on the ball and the second generation 9-3 Ditched its quirky hatchback body style in favor of a mainstream sedan design. The hope was to make it more attractive to American car buyers 9-3, but ultimately only served to unique personality to retire the car.
Amid the financial problems of General Motors and eventual bankruptcy of Saab is considered to be a single use, and essentially support troubled assets. With financial support from a European bank and the Swedish government, the Swedish supercar manufacturer Koenigsegg to buy Saab designed with the promise of the restructuring of the brand and maintain production in Sweden.
The trade fell through when Koenigsegg changed his mind about getting involved in such a difficult undertaking. Another supercar company Spyker Cars niche market chased after buying Saab. But the company ultimately failed as well and, finally, in late 2011, Saab mode “wind down” the bankruptcy. In other words, the future of Saab is still in hell.