Saab's production 9-4X takes shape
Saab's all new 2010 9-4X CUV is still packed in its heavy camouflage, but we can still see the production model will follow the Saab BioPower concept which debuted at the 2008 Detroit NAIAS.
Code-named GMT168, this Saab will start production at the Ramos Arizpe plant in the United States in the latter half of 2009. It will be based on GM's new TE-chassis and will share this platform with the 2010 Cadillac SRX. In addition to regular petrol engines, the 9-4X will pack a new 250-hp diesel motor developed by GM and VM Motori. Saab's 'XWD' all-wheel-drive system will also be available.
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