But in order to happen all that, GM needs to line-up financing for the new company, which could be a problem. Because according to Automotive News, GM needs to pay as much as $1 billion to make Saab on its own. As we all know, GM isn't fund at the moment!
Also, GM had plans to introduce Saab cars for 2010, such as: the new 9-3X, 9-5 and 9-4X. The new 9-4X crossover was scheduled to be built in Mexico alongside the Cadillac SRX. So if Saab splits from the General, what's going to happen? The most-common thing that could happen is to officially spilt after 2010.
Source : [General Motors via Automotive News]