Subaru maker Fuji Heavy Industries is in talks with Saab Automobile AB to jointly develop cars, a company source told Reuters on Monday. Fuji Heavy, owned 20% by General Motors and Saab Automobile, fully owned by GM, aim to realise significant cost savings through joint development of compact cars, the source told Reuters. The two companies would also strengthen sales cooperation, with Subaru dealers in Japan selling Saab cars from as early as this year, the source added.