Viper-powered Saab 9-3 SportCombi is all kinds of wrong / awesome

Saab may be limping from one Chinese suitor to the next, but what would have happened if the brand was originally bought by Chrysler instead of GM? Probably the same thing, but that's depressing so let's imagine they would have created this Viper-powered 9-3 SportCombi.

Built by a diehard fan, who accidently rolled his Viper, the so-called "Saab 9-3 SRT10 MegaPower" is about as custom as you can get. Designed from the ground up, the bespoke model rides on a strengthened chassis and features a unique suspension. While most of the mechanicals were borrowed from the Viper, the car retains a Swedish flare as the exterior and cabin are relatively stock.

No word on how the wagon performs, but the 8.4-liter V10 engine produces 600 hp (450 kW / 608 PS) and 560 lb-ft (760 Nm) of torque.

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Automaker Dodge
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Tags dodge viper, dodge viper srt-10, saab 9-3, saab 9-3 estate, saab 9-3 sportcombi, saab 9-3 srt10 megapower, saab 9-3 viper, viper, viper-powered saab 9-3