This is incorrect. The Saab name is owned by Saab AB, the airplane maker and defense contractor that sold off its automobile division to GM in 2000 (after GM took 50% ownership in 1989). GM sold off Saab to Spyker in 2010, in a deal that involved the former continuing to supply its engines and transmissions for new Saab cars. When Spyker ran out of money and began looking for investors, GM threatened to stop licensing its technology to Saab if it was financed by a Chinese company. Because of this, Spyker was unable to acquire funding and went bankrupt. In 2012, NEVS bought up what was left of Saab from the Swedish government. Because NEVS was mostly Chinese, GM continued to refuse to license its technology (which is why the only the 9-3 resumed production, and the 9-5 and 9-4x were killed off). NEVS licensed the Saab name from Saab AB (but not the griffin logo, as Scania refused to let them use it), but after numerous financial problems, Saab AB cancelled the license in 2014. Are you referring to this fanmade concept image, which was not created by Apple? Apple hasn't officially cancelled their Titan car project, but they haven't said anything about it, and they haven't released any concept images.