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Autonomous Vehicles

China’s DiDi Chuxing, NEVS Team Up on Autonomous Ride-Share EVs

China’s National Electric Vehicle Sweden AB (NEVS) has signed a strategic agreement with ride-hailing giant DiDi Chuxing to cooperate on self-driving electric taxis.

Bentley, Bugatti Confirm New CEOs

Volkswagen AG’s Bentley and Bugatti units have named Adrian Hallmark and Stephan Winkelmann, respectively, as their new CEOs to replace the retiring Wolfgang Durheimer, who had headed both supercar brands.  

Report: JLR’s Adrian Hallmark to Rejoin Bentley as CEO

Volkswagen AG’s Bentley unit plans to hire Adrian Hallmark, currently head of strategy for Jaguar Land Rover Ltd., to succeed Wolfgang Duerheimer as CEO, Germany's Manager Magazin reports.

Business

Ex-Saab Chiefs Cleared of Tax Evasion, Fraud Charges

Two former CEOs of Saab Automobile AB have been acquitted by a Swedish court of fraud and tax evasion related to their efforts to stave off the company’s bankruptcy in 2011, Reuters reports.

Hybrid

Spyker Revives D12 SUV Plans

Spyker NV has resumed development of the hybrid-electric D12 Peking-to-Paris crossover/SUV the company showed in concept form in 2008.

New Spyker Concept Car on Tap for Geneva Auto Show

Beleaguered Dutch boutique carmaker Spyker NV, which exited bankruptcy last summer, plans to introduce a new concept car at the Geneva auto show in March.

Hybrid

Turkey Buys Rights to Saab 9-3 Car

The Turkish government says it has purchased the rights to the second-generation Saab 9-3 sedan from National Electric Vehicles Sweden AB.

Former Saab CEO Jonsson Charged with Lying in Court

Jan Ake Jonsson, CEO of the former Saab Automobile AB, has been charged in a Swedish district court with lying in 2011 about an import-wholesaling agreement in the Ukraine, Reuters reports.

Business

Court Overturns Spyker Bankruptcy

A Dutch appeals court has nullified a ruling in mid-December that declared the struggling carmaker Spyker NV and its Spyker Automobielen BV unit insolvent.

Business

Spyker Falls into Receivership

Spyker NV, the former owner of Saab Automobile, has been declared insolvent by a Dutch court and placed in receivership.

Business

Spyker Falls into Receivership

Spyker NV, the former owner of Saab Automobile, has been declared insolvent by a Dutch court and placed in receivership.

Business

Spyker Files for Financial Protection

Dutch supercar maker Spyker Automobiles BV has filed for financial restructuring and amnesty from its creditors as it again struggles to avoid collapse.

Business

Mahindra to Take Control of Saab Car Operations

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. reportedly has agreed to buy a majority stake in National Electric Vehicle Sweden AB, the Chinese-Japanese group that had been struggling to relaunch Saab Automobile.

Business

Mahindra to Take Control of Saab Car Operations

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. reportedly has agreed to buy a majority stake in National Electric Vehicle Sweden AB, the Chinese-Japanese group that had been struggling to relaunch Saab Automobile.

Business

GM Prevails on Dismissal of Spyker Lawsuit Over Saab

A U.S. appeals court in Ohio has upheld a lower court ruling in 2013 that said General Motors Co. did not intentionally interfere with efforts by Spyker NV to sell the Dutch company's Saab Automobile unit.

Spyker Revives D8 Super-SUV Plans

Spyker NV aims to produce an updated version of the D8 Peking-to-Paris SUV concept it unveiled at the Geneva auto show eight years ago, according to Autocar.

Business

Spyker to Appeal Dismissal of GM Lawsuit

Former Saab Automobile owner Spyker Cars NV says it will appeal a U.S. federal judge's decision last week to throw out its $3 billion ($2.2 billion) lawsuit against General Motors Co.

Business

Spyker to Appeal Dismissal of GM Lawsuit

Former Saab Automobile owner Spyker Cars NV says it will appeal a U.S. federal judge's decision last week to throw out its $3 billion lawsuit against General Motors Co.

Business

Court Dismisses Spyker Lawsuit Against GM

A U.S. federal judge has thrown out the $3 billion lawsuit filed against General Motors Co. last summer by Spyker Cars NV.

Business

GM Wins Dismissal of Spyker’s Lawsuit

A U.S. federal judge has thrown out the $3 billion lawsuit against General Motors Co. brought by Dutch supercar maker Spyker Cars NV.

Business

U.S. Court Dismisses Spyker Lawsuit Against GM

An American federal judge has thrown out the $3 billion (€2.3 billion) lawsuit against General Motors Co. brought by Dutch supercar maker Spyker Cars NV.

Business

Sweden Probes Saab Payments to Chairman Muller

Sweden's Financial Crimes Unit says it intends to question former Saab Automobile Chairman Victor Muller in connection with a criminal investigation of tax accounting at the defunct carmaker.

Saab Executives Charged with Fraud

Swedish authorities have arrested three former top executives of Saab Automobile AB on charges of accounting fraud.

Business

Sweden Charges Top Saab Executives with Fraud

Swedish authorities have arrested three former top executives of Saab Automobile AB on charges of accounting fraud.