Bouncing back after its separation from General Motors in 2010, Saab has unveiled its first new vehicle since it’s purchase by the Dutch owned Spyker Auto Company.
While the wagon market is dying a painful death in North America, its thrives in Europe and most elsewhere.
Built on the basic 9-5 platform, the SportCombi Wagon is longer with the extra cargo room you’d expect from a wagon.
A front wheel drive model comes with the 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four and 2.8-liter turbo-six will be paired to the Saab’s XWD all-wheel-drive system.
This model will come to showrooms later this year.