A Swedish star designer who could deliver and is not allowed to. An inexperienced designer who had never brought a car to production before. The management that ignores the recommendation of its technicians. That is the story of the Sonett II. A Saab tragedy in several acts. Curtain up!
It's the 60s of the last century. At the urging of the US market, Saab management is looking for a small, lightweight sports car. In 1963, Saab in-house designer Sixten Sason was commissioned to develop a prototype that would be mass-produced at ASJ in Katrineholm. Strict cost management is part of the specifications.
As many parts as possible from series production should be taken over by the Saab 96.
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