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First Drive: 2010 Saab 9-5 proves being born from chaos builds character

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REPORT: Against all odds, next Saab 9-5 on schedule

On the market since 1997, Saab's 9-5 is getting more than a little long in the tooth. The Swedish automaker is about to launch the Griffin Edition of its aging sedan, but that's a stop-gap at best; if Saab is serious about its future, it's going to need an all-new 9-5. Or more accurately, if General Motors is serious about Saab's future, it will need a new 9-5 - or at least the perception of a forthc

European Parliament takes the first step toward stricter CO2 limits

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New CO2 limits for 2015 instead?

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Who said 130? 120? The EU could ask automakers go down to 95 g/km

The Slovenian rotating president of the EU (commemorative logo pictured above) has proposed a new, very low figure for average fleet CO2 emissions. Instead of going modest and demanding automakers lower their average to 130 g/km by 2012, which is the current proposal, the Slovenian president has announced that automakers could go for a stricter limit of 95 g/km by 2020. This would counteract some automakers' statements saying that 2012 models were already being designed and it was too