Very little information is out regarding the latest automaker to offer a dealer-installed iPod integration kit but it seems Saab is jumping on the bandwagon behind BMW. Mac News Network is reporting that Saab has quietly brought the subtle system to their 9-3 sedan. From their source "Evidently it's wired through to the center console armrest and will be out of site. A tech told me the unit has power and will be able to control the iPod from the steering wheel controls. I took this to mean switching songs via the OnStar / radio controls that are stock on Saab 9-3." We'll bring updates as they develop.
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