Saab SVC Motor - the revolution that didn't happen

Sometimes a revolution just fails. And that despite the fact that she definitely has the potential to change things for the better. As revolutionaries always intend. In theory. Don't worry, we're not getting political today, we're still only talking about cars and combustion engines. Specifically about the Saab SVC (Saab Variable Compression) engine that is shrouded in mystery.

In the year 2000, the Saab innovation made a name for itself and received several awards. But the story began many years earlier. The SVC engine is the designated successor to the Saab Turbo.

Saab SVC Motor - Presentation by Per Gillbrand in Geneva
Saab SVC Motor - Presentation by Per Gillbrand in Geneva

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