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IN Car BrandsUpdated January 18, 2022

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Saab Logo (2013-Present)
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Saab Information
Founded 1937
Founder Saab AB
Headquarters Trollhättan, Sweden
Parent Saab AB (1945–1968)
Saab-Scania (1968–1990)
General Motors (1990–2010)
Spyker N.V. (2010–2012)
Defunct 2012
Official Site

Saab Automobile AB, better known as Saab, was a Swedish car manufacturer owned by the Dutch automobile manufacturer Swedish Automobile NV, formerly Spyker Cars NV. It was the exclusive automobile royal warrant holder as appointed by H.M., the King of Sweden. Since its inception, Saab has become known for turbocharging, “quirkiness”, safety and "green" technology.

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Saab Logo (2002)
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The Saab logo is one of the most popular and instantly recognizable All Car Manufacturer Logos in the world. It comprises of the head of a griffin – a winged monster with the head of an eagle and the body of a lion – which originates from the official coat of arms of Count von Skane, the company’s founder.

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Saab Logo (2000)
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The logo was initially introduced as the official badge of the Swedish province of Skane, which is the place of origin of Saab Automobile AB. Another theory states the Saab logo actually embodies its short-lived merger with Swedish truckmaker Scania.

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On 3 September 2012, Nevs announced that it had finalized the acquisition of Saab Automobiles assets. Nevs would be able to use the name Saab on future cars but not the griffin logo.

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