In the very short time, over 30 suggestions from the Saab community have reached the blog. That is much more than we had hoped and Saab Germany boss Jan-Philipp Schuhmacher was visibly impressed during our phone call yesterday. The choice, which was clearly felt yesterday, will be very difficult.
In addition to great graphic designs, the community has also come up with a lot of slogans. Ingo, who is eagerly waiting for his new Saab 9-4x and, as he says, "beheaded his piggy bank" has come up with the following advertisement.
"Dead people live longer" or "Saab remains something special". Incidentally, he cannot think of a “smart alternative” to the new Saab 9-4x. He is right. Thanks Ingo for the mail. The new Saab 9-4x, eagerly awaited by many, will be on display in Frankfurt.
Also, Saab Fan Mark, who, as we know, ordered a new Saab 9-5 sports estate in the midst of the crisis and is now looking for an extra Saab for his wife from the thin stock car range, has come up with several designs. His advertising is cheeky and funny. Many Thanks.
Saab Fan Guy contributed several advertising ideas. His suggestions are "keep class - drive Saab","You see sharp - it's a Saab" and "Passion for heritage", Thank you for the nice contact. Maybe we'll meet in Frankfurt.
SaabBlog.net is currently volunteering - with many other helpers - coordinating communication with clubs and forums across Europe. This is how we make a small contribution to Saab. The loyalty and passion of the fans for the Swedish brand was expressed in many emails and phone calls. Many, including myself, see no alternative to Saab. Driving Saab, what else is the motto.
The design by Detlef was short and sweet: “In addition to good cars from Germany, there are also some from Trollhättan. Arrange a test drive and be amazed ... "
Excellent and suitable for the IAA. Even more great designs and slogans follow.
Oh yes, something for the weekend. The mirror - which I really appreciate - has, after an unfortunately unspeakably negative article about our brand from Trollhättan, at least mentioned Saab as a design icon. After all. Thanks to Hamburg.