Saab has officially pulled the wraps off the 2014 9-3 Aero, which will go on sale on the company’s local auto market on the 10th of December, from 31,510 euros.
“Saab is dead, long live Saab” may be the new motto of the Swedish based automaker which is going bankrupt and it comes back in with a new model only years later. The company’s newest creation is named the 2014 Saab 9-3 Aero and it looks recognizable, being actually very similar to the facelifted 9-3 which was officially unveiled back in 2011. From the start, we can see the lack of the griffin logos on the hood and on the wheels.
“It is truly a complex mission to start a car production process which has been still for two and a half years. It is very pleasing that we have embarked on a journey where we want to and will make a difference with our partners and customers. Our electric car will be launched next year, and already today we can offer Saab cars with continued high, proven performance and quality”, said Mattias Bergman, the Nevs president.
The 2014 Saab 9-3 Aero will take its power from a 2.0 liter turbocharged engine, which will produce a total output of 220 HP (162 kW), which will be mated to a manual or an automatic transmission. The new Saab 9-3 Aero will go on sale in Sweden on the 10th of December and it will be priced from 279,000 SEK, which means 31,510 euros or 42,880 USD at the current exchange rates. More details on the model are limited for the moment.