The new Saab 9-5. A big car, a heavy car. Stefan Rundquist demonstrated in 2010 in the new Saab 9-5 that size does not have to exclude dynamics. Quite casual and very impressive. In principle, the suspension was fine-tuned. What is missing is the finishing touch in the series. But that was not the issue in early summer 2010.
Saab had always had a knack for the big models with the running gear. The 9000 was remarkable in its day, the old 9-5 set standards in the 90s. It was the first Saab with a split rear axle, safe and yet dynamic. A hit straight away. The bar for the new 9-5 was quite high 10 years ago.
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