Bankrupt car maker Saab could be resurrected

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Defunct Saab may finally have a saviour in National Electric Sweden (NEVS), according to reports.

The potential move has speculation that Saab s could be solely as a manufacturer of or alternative fuel cars.

Swedish media outlets a deal has been done others say a sale could be before the end of this month, NEVS submitted an offer in

A high-ranking municipal official in the city of Trollhattan, where is based, told Swedish she believed a deal had struck.

We haven t been when they will let us who the buyer is. They have us the deal will be signed week but it is always hard to exact moments in this of business, Trollhattan city Annika Wennerblom said.

Her were later labelled a by a city information officer, the said.

Administrators for Saab refused to confirm that an has been made, or state an announcement of a successful bid may be forthcoming.

NEVS is a recently-formed consortium in Sweden. It was jointly founded by energy corporation National Energy Holdings and the Japanese capital firm Sun Investment. It is to be headed by former Volvo president Karl-Erling Trogen.

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Several Swedish media state NEVS is prepared to pay 1.5 and 1.8 billion Swedish kronor million) for Saab Automobile, does not include the separate Parts division.

It s not known arrangements would be put in place Saab s debt, which was in April to be 13 billion kronor billion) while the company s were valued at 3.6 billion ($A510 million).

NEVS is the in a long list of suitors for which declared bankruptcy last year. It is believed to be the bidder to be registered in Sweden.

Chinese carmaker Youngman was the recent, posting a bid of 2 billion ($A283 million) earlier year, but was thwarted by Saab s owner, US-based GM, which refused to transfer the necessary licences.

Indian-based company and Mahindra has also made a bid for and Dutch supercar maker briefly owned it in 2010.

Fellow Swede Volvo now owned by Chinese car maker — has expressed interest in some of Saab s machinery and equipment.

Saab has some in electric vehicles, having the 9-3 ePower concept at the 2010 motor show with a range of 200km. A test began production in China year but a full trial was started because of the company s difficulties.

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