Swedish automaker Saab will introduce the 9-5 SportCombi wagon at the Geneva auto show in March.
The new 9-5 wagon is part of a fast-moving launch program for new vehicles by Spyker Cars, the company that bought Saab from GM last year.
“The launch of the 9-5 SportCombi is a much-awaited next step in the roll-out of our new product offensive,” says Saab Automobile CEO Jan Åke Jonsson. “It will take Saab back into the large wagon segment where we have established a strong presence in many key markets with our previous offering.”
Backed by the same all-turbo petrol and diesel powertrain line-up as the 9-5 saloon, the SportWagon includes Saab’s XWD all-wheel-drive system and advanced features such as: Saab DriveSense adaptive chassis control, adaptive cruise control (late 2012), Bi-Xenon SmartBeam adaptive lighting, keyless entry and starting, tri-zone ? air conditioning and a Head-up Display which projects information in the windshield.
When it goes on sale in September, the 9-5 SportCombi could be just what many faithful Saab fans have been waiting for. However, will see if this will help sales, because at this moment Saab is not doing very well.
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