Spyker still confident in Saab deal while GM says it has nothing to announce | Rpmgo.com

Even though the winter holidays are in full swing, that hasn’t stopped representatives from Spyker or General Motors to give statements about the presumed discussions for the sale of Swedish carmaker Saab.

Spyker CEO Victor Muller recently talked with a reputed newspaper from Sweden and revealed that: “”I am very hopeful, I have been from the start. We have done all we possibly can. Given that [GM’s] deadline is December 31, I really expect they will be in contact soon.”

But according to some rumors, it seems that GM might extend the deadline in order to prevent the announced wind down of Saab.

What is certain though is the statement from GM spokesman Chris Preuss, which revealed that: “At this point, GM has no plans for any further announcements regarding Saab. If anything changes or if any new deal or actions arise, we would certainly communicate them, but right now there’s nothing to communicate.”

Frankly, I don’t even know what will happen, so it seems that Saab workers won’t have plenty of reasons to celebrate the new year. Hopefully some concrete releases will clarify the subject soon.

Source: Autoblog and Autocar

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Post tags : General Motors, gm, Saab, spyker