In what should come as a surprise to no one, the new Saab concept that will debut in a little over a week at the Geneva Motor Show will in fact use BioPower engine. BioPower, for those that haven't been paying attention, is Saab's branding for ethanol-capable flex-fuel engines. Saab Development Director Jörgen Nylén confirmed to Spanish site MotorPasion that the concept that will presage a new model (likely to be called the 9-1 or 9-1x) will be a premium compact car meant to compete
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Saab will be debuting a new concept at the Geneva Motor Show in just a couple of weeks and most people are expecting it to be a new mini-car. We already showed you what Motor Trend thinks Saab has cooking in Trollhättan. Now a teaser image has turned up on the media site where GM is announcing the presentation of the new car. With the silhouette of the new car flanked by the previous 9X and Aero-X concepts, it's clear the new concept is continuing some of the design language seen on recent
The Geneva Motor Show is coming in less than three weeks, and one of the world premieres at the show will be a new concept from Saab. In the announcement from GM, the concept is supposed to show "a further step in its continuing product range extension." Given that it's unlikely that Saab will expand its line with anything larger than the 9-5, and we already saw the 9-4x in Detroit, the most likely new model would be something below the 9-3.
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