The story of how Saab came to 9-3 Viggen is actually a love triangle. It is set in Sweden, Germany and the United Kingdom. However, German involvement was erased from the official history books because the relationship ended in dispute.
What remains is the Saab 900 SVO Coupe, which is owned by the Saab Museum. The convertible, however, is obviously missing. The manufacturer went public with both concepts, which were the forerunners of the Saab 9-3 Viggen, in 1995 and 96. According to the official reading, it began with the founding of the SVO (Special Vehicle Operations) department in Sweden a year earlier.
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