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1891–1900 1900–1911 1911–1937 1937–1946 1946–1947 1949–1963 1963–1965
1891–1900 1900–1911 1911–1937 1937–1946 1946–1947 1949–1963 1963–1965
1965–1967 1967–1969 1969–1974 1974–1995 1995–2000 2000–2012 2012–2014
1965–1967 1967–1969 1969–1974 1974–1995 1995–2000 2000–2012 2012–2014

Vabis

1891–1900

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Scania-Vabis

1900–1911

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1911–1937

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Saab (first era)

1937–1946

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1946–1947

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1949–1963

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1963–1965

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1965–1967

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1967–1969

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Scania

1969–1974

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Saab Scania

1974–1995

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Saab (second era)

1995–2000

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2000–2012

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In 2010, Saab was removed from General Motors after the concept of the 9-3 angered accountants. Then, in 2011, Saab decided to get the 9-3 on sale, anyway, and Spyker came in to assist. But then later on, the car was launched very early. This was a very big mistake, as it wouldn't sell well since the car was incomplete. In January 2012, Saab went bankrupt and was bought by Vauxhall.

2012–2014

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This logo was used on the first NEVS car models.

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