Heat stress - how does the Saab 9-5 Aero do in the hot season?

The first summer heat waves are behind us. Temperatures well above 30 degrees are not only associated with heat stress for older vehicles with turbo engines. I remember all too well the new Turbo X getting into trouble on the Autobahn and having to reduce power. The hot season shouldn't be a problem for our Saab 9-5 Aero, equipped with the large do88 intercooler, a massive pressure pipe and an enlarged water cooler. Or does it?

Heat stress for the Saab 9-5
Heat stress for the Saab 9-5

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