• Dec 7, 2005

After seeing the puny little video we posted yesterday showing the Saab Performance Team at work, Autoblogger reader Chris tipped us off to a video of the real Saab Performance Team. This rather lengthy video is produced like a Hollywood short film and features even better high-stakes driving as well as cinematography that deserves an Oscar. The video is called Saab Suite and plays out in three Acts plus a finale. Just to give you an idea of crazy these Swedes get – ramps and airborne Saabs are involved.



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      • 9 Years Ago
      Wow. So was this before or after the "Drifting" craze in Japan/California? Impressive, especially driving off the moving transporter.
      • 9 Years Ago
      Great films you have posted here!!! Two of the guys performing on the 80's video are the same guys driving at the 2005 Spa performance. I used to work at Saab in Sweden with these guys. Nowdays they are involved in the chassis development of new Saab cars.
      • 9 Years Ago
      :-( Uhm, i cant download the Movie....only from US! =(
      • 9 Years Ago
      So if what they said in the last Saab video about them being the Blue Angels on wheels is correct (which it definately looks like), does that lend credence to their "born from jets" ad campaign? :-)
      • 9 Years Ago
      those 9000's have some serious body roll/lean. Sweet looking cars, i still think. THose Guigario lines :)
      • 9 Years Ago
      what a classic! strange how closely it resembles my l.a. commute.
      • 9 Years Ago
      while other kids where watching disney movies, my brothers and I were watching this video, as well as ones where they "moose test" the car, and drop it off a building. Maybe thats why I turned out the way I did. And why I always wear my seatbelt.