The Swedish automaker Saab, recently bought by the Dutch sports car manufacturer Spyker Cars, has resumed production on Monday morning after a break of six weeks. This was confirmed by a spokesman for Saab.
Saab ceased production earlier this year in connection with the sale negotiations, the supplies were put to a halt. Spyker and the U.S. parent company General Motors reached an agreement on a takeover of Saab late January. In February, sales were completed.
According to the spokesman, all models will be back in production. Saab produced 40,000 cars in Sweden last year against 95,000 one years earlier. Saab also builds cars in Mexico.