Saab 9X Concept Car

The 9X was Saab’s first concept car since the EV-1in 1985. It was presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show as a multi-dimensional sports car designed to defy automotive convention. For the first time, features commonly associated with a coupé, a roadster, a wagon and a pick-up were all combined within a single vehicle.

Power was provided by a 300hp, turbocharged 3.0-litre V6 engine, combined with all-wheel drive.

The Saab 9X project was led by Saab’s Advanced Design department in Sweden with technical support from chassis and powertrain teams within the Saab Advanced Concept Center (SACC).

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