UPDATE: this story now has a second chapter.
From Forbes, via Autoblog, comes the news that GM are stripping away some more of Saab, closing the engine plant at Soedertaelje. The report states that the 60,000 engines produced there every year will now be made in Kaiserslautern, Germany.
I know, it shouldn’t matter where they’re made, as long as they’re Saab-designed. But for some reason it’s like the Saab ‘being’ has just lost another part of it’s body to GM’s Borg.
Resistance is futile.