996jimbo said:It is pretty cool I suppose but does have a teeny bit of an American look to it. Not quite sure. If they make it rear wheel drive then OK very cool.
ohhhh you little sod!, slap for you next time we meetfuzzer said:im not old enough to like saabs yet
I think it has a bit of the family nose but thats about it.Rose Chap said:I do like that concept Saab, but to be honest it could be anything - I'm not sure I see much family resemblence to the 9-3 or 9-5.
Its hideous from the rear..but then most things arelotusmark2 said:ohhhh you little sod!, slap for you next time we meet
and as for you Shude!!!!
One of the things I really do love about this place is the banter!
I must admit the style of this has gone down better with you guys than I thought it would, does have a bit of generic exec coupe look to it. The top off method of entry is a bit different but we all know if it was ever put into production that would be the first thing removed.
Most of them do!! A combination of Coventry University, Loughborough University (less for styling granted), and finishing off at the Royal College of Art.SEM said:Do the designers all go to the same school? apart from the window wrap it looks like the same shape. do you think?
Was badged 9-2x in US IIRC, and was a sticking plaster to boost flagging sales - nick named the "SAABaru". I think the decision was made not to bring it to the UK - at least for the current generation anyway. I think the second generation will be US only too, based on what I remember from Autocar articles.Rose Chap said:I heard that there is a Saab on the way based on an Subaru Impreza platform (4wd, clever electronics etc), but presumably without the standard issue baseball cap accessory.
How are they supposed to get any inspiration?Bobby Dazzler said:Most of them do!! A combination of Coventry University, Loughborough University (less for styling granted), and finishing off at the Royal College of Art.
Yes.lotusmark2 said:Do you guys like it?