Saab Automobile Parts AB Sued For €2.6 Million by BMW Over Unpaid Deliveries

In September 2010, BMW Group signed an agreement with Saab for the supply of their 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engines to be used in the next generation of 9-3.

On paper, it was a win-win situation. It gave Saab’s new owner at the time, Spyker, a way to start relying less on GM’s powertrains, and of course BMW welcomed the extra income.

Two years later, this deal is the latest in a very long series of problems for the, now bankrupt, Saab. That’s because last week BMW filed a lawsuit with the Swedish district court in Nykoping.

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