Things are apparently getting nasty inside Saab as the company continues to scramble for a route to viability. Autocar reports that Guy Lofalk, the court-appointed administrator placed in charge of the company's reorganization affairs, recently applied to terminate the automaker's reorganization process. That move would effectively strip Saab of the protections it enjoys from its creditors while it seeks further investment from outside sources, which means it wouldn't be long before the company
Saab has announced that it has received a financial commitment from U.S.-based North Street Capital. The offer has arisen over doubts that the deal previously brokered with Chinese automakers Pang Da and Youngman will actually come to fruition. Saab intends to accept the new offer from its U.S. suitor.
According to a report by the Financial Times, Spyker Cars has been offloaded to a Connecticut-based private equity firm after a deal to sell the supercar manufacturer to another set of investors failed a few months back.