This Saab 900 Turbo is a composition in aquamarine and lavender

No, not many survived. In 1978, Saab launched the 900 Turbo and really got the turbo wave going. The turbo engine for everyday use, designed by engineers who could also send a Saab Viggen through the air at Mach 2.

In fact, the Saab Automobile Division benefited greatly from the knowledge of aeronautical engineers at the time. There was a brisk flow of information between the different parts of the company, whoever was working on the Viggen today, whose ideas could perhaps be used for an automotive project tomorrow.

The Saab 900 Turbo changed the image of the brand and it remained in production for around 15 years. Not without undergoing numerous changes and improvements over the years. Because constantly making something even better and safer seems to have been in the developers' DNA. While relatively many vehicles have survived from the last model years of the Saab 900 Turbo, early specimens are rare.

Are they also popular? We discovered a composition in aquamarine and lavender. It is so remarkable that even the trolls at the waterfalls in Trollhättan gasp.

Aquamarine Blue Artwork - Saab 900 Turbo (1979)
Aquamarine Blue Artwork - Saab 900 Turbo (1979)

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