At the Market, Refurbished and Alluring, is Saab’s New Line Up
It was founded incidentally in the same year, 1947, which also witnessed the rise of stalwarts like TVR, Ferrari and Maserati. It steered clear of the aerospace division and joining hands with Scania trucks was picked up subsequently by the General Motors. Later it was sold to a Chinese division, which brought it out of bankruptcy. Presently under the patronage of National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) it has restarted production of its 9-3 sedan. The future can be expected to be a bright one for Saab, as it plans to come out with new launches and reinventions. An electronic version of the 9-3 is believed to become part of the automotive market soon, as has also been confirmed by NEVS communications director.Photo 1: SAAB
The 9.3 EV has already been introduced in the Chinese market before making rounds around the world. Also in store by this Swedish automaker are plans of re-launching 9-3 Sports combination version. This has been planned in order to supplement the sedan. The wagon version is to see the daylight as well with an increased cargo space. The wagon is to become more versatile in performance and mechanism wise. The step has proven to be important as it gained General Motor’s interest, which sees it fit as a replacement to the old hatchback body style, with traditional trunk design. The communications director has also hinted considerably into adding a convertible to the lineup, although chances of this happening are only in the distant future.
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