Filed under: Luxury Cars & Autos
It's been a bumpy road for Saab. The Swedish automaker was jettisoned by General Motors, and after several rounds of negotiations with potential buyers fell through, was eventually sold to Dutch exotic automaker Spyker. The new 9-5 was developed under with GM resources, but unveiled as the first new product under the new management. And now Saab is preparing to follow up with the 9-5 SportCombi.
The wagon version is to be unveiled at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show in March. And when it does, sources are expecting turbocharged four-cylinder and V6 engines with or without Saab's proprietary XWD all-wheel drive system. Volvo had better take note.