All-new Saab 9-5 SportWagon to Debut at Geneva Motor Show

Saab will be unveiling the all-new 9-5 SportWagon in March at the Geneva Motor Show.

The 9-5 SportWagon shares the saloon’s bold design language while featuring an extended, falling roof-line which culminates in a steeply raked rear screen flanked by signature Saab ‘wraparound’ window glazing.

Powertrains will be carried over directly from the 9-5 saloon, including same all-turbo petrol and diesel engines and XWD all-wheel-drive system and advanced features such as: Saab DriveSense adaptive chassis control, adaptive cruise control, Bi-Xenon SmartBeam adaptive lighting, keyless entry and starting, tri-zone air conditioning and a Head-up Display which projects information, aircraft-style in the windshield.

Other highlights are an adaptable multi-fold floor, flexible U-rail load space configuration, powered tailgate windshield, and capacity of up to 1,600 liters.

The order book for the 9-5 SportWagon opens in Spring, with first deliveries to follow from September.


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  • We could hardly see people liking its exterior design. Don’t you think it’s somewhat rude.