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    Saab have had a rough time of late. Mismanagement and poor guidance under General Motors led to an uncompetitive product line and when GM pulled the plug, Saab momentarily disappeared from the scene. Luckily though, Dutch supercar manufacturer Spyker stepped in and the company is due for rejuvenation. Amongst the release of the new 9-5 and plans for a retro-inspired compact, Saab have now unveiled their first electric vehicle. Saab 9-3 ePower The 9-3 ePower makes its debut at the Paris Motor Show later this month. Based on the production 9-3 SportCombi, Saab claims the ePower is "the first...

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