It was never in question that Spyker and General Motors were going to remain BFFs after the Saab sale. Yet one of the things they will continue to share is a little surprising to us: OnStar. Spyker will continue to install Onstar in U.S.-market Saabs for an undisclosed amount of time.

Nothing will change from the way the assistance system is currently sold, with the first year free followed by the opportunity to sign up. Not that OnStar doesn't have its uses, but as long as Saabs hold onto that little nav screen as well, we're all for it.

[Source: Automotive News – sub. req.]

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