Saab 9-5 NG Toter Angle Warner

One of the special features of the Saab 9-5 NG is that original accessories still appear even 5 years after the end of production. A “blind spot warning” could no longer be ordered in series; production ran out beforehand. It's a shame because the system is really good.

Saab 9-5 NG, blind spot
Saab 9-5 NG, blind spot

With the no-longer-produced model year 2012, the blind spot would have been available in North America, presumably the Europeans could also have ordered from the 2013 vehicles. How does the warning system work?

Ultrasonic sensors, hidden in the rear bumper, capture the passing traffic. In the side mirrors, the Warner shows whether a lane change is safely possible or whether collision threatens. The LEDs of the mirrors are designed so that they remain visible even in direct sunlight. Threatened by passing traffic, the symbol in the mirror begins to flash hectically without penetrating the interior with acoustic signals.

Some original retrofit kits are still available and can be integrated into the 9-5 NG. For this purpose, the ultrasonic sensors are placed in the designated positions on the rear bumper and the mirror glasses are replaced. There is no cabling at the factory for retrofitting a “blind spot warner”, the cables must be completely laid. Integration in the operating menu of the 9-5 is easy, the system can be activated and deactivated as required.

In very limited quantities, the blind spot is available for the Saab 9-5 NG. The post-production is excluded. Interested parties can contact the Car dealership Lafrentz in Kiel.

4 thoughts on "Saab 9-5 NG Toter Angle Warner"

  • Hello!
    What part numbers?
    Thank you very much

  • I dared to go to the farm with the old Skoda?

  • Hello.

    Nice feature!

    Such a “blind spot warner” (or at least a mirror without a blind spot like in my earlier old 2002 9-5 SC) is one thing that I always miss in my current 2011 model. 😉 ;-(

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