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General Motors has approved the production of a new Saab crossover, according to Automotive News. The vehicle is likely to be built in North America, but will be sold globally, the report said. The goal of the new model is to bring the struggling brand to profitability. In October, Saab cancelled its 9-6X project following GM's sale of its controlling stake in Subaru. The 9-6X was to be based on the Subaru B-9 Tribeca. Sources said the new crossover may share some design elements with the Saab Aero-X Concept.

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I think it will be Lambada but that is just my guess. To be honest I don't think GMC needs a crossover I think Saab should be getting it instead. What they should do is cancel the Acadia and let Saab fine tune what they have and put Saab design ques on it. Then they can cancel the 9-7x.

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Im guessing a 9-4x based compact crossover.

"Built in NA but sold globally"

I think the Theta premium (or "Theta/Epsilon") architecture is slated to be built in NA, and I don't think Lambda is set to be sold very globally, because it's very much US - sized

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Why did GM sell it's share of Subaru, that's the  bigggest mistake that they made this year so far!

No. It was a great move. Read more about this issue, then post about it with reasons to back up your assertions.

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