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Saab 9-4x concept previews production wagon


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http://www.autoweek.com/apps/pbcs.dll/arti.../339324355/1056

"After dissolving its relationship with Subaru that would have led to a Tribeca-based crossover, Saab went to work on one of its own. The result is the 9-4X BioPower concept.

Not surprisingly, Saab also uses a green theme by equipping the concept with an E85-burning, 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder. Don't let the relatively small engine size deceive you because Saab employs its "rightsizing" techniques to extract 300 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque from the engine.

Power is delivered to the wheels through Saab's all-wheel-drive system with electronic rear limited-slip differential that debuted on the 9-3.

Saab kept the concept's styling clean and simple, devoid of roof racks and molding. Saab designers drew inspiration from the company's popular Aero X concept. The interior has seating for four, flush-mounted controls for an uncluttered look, a panoramic glass roof and a storage system for ski equipment developed with input from professional skiers."

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