The British Car Magazine was exclusively invited to follow the development of the Saab PhoeniX concept car. In an Italian design studio, these fascinating images of the concept car, which embodies the future of Saab, were created for the Geneva Motor Show 2011.
Saab PhoeniX Concept stands for the Saab future, is equipped with turbo engine with front-wheel drive and with an e-drive at the rear. With the new Saab eXWD, an electric four-wheel drive is part of the study. Beneath the futuristic metal plate is the successor to the current Saab 9-3.
For the first time you can see a little more of the technology that awaits us in the future.
The images of Car Magazine from the Saab PhoeniX Concept:
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