…at Bob Lutz’s blog, there are the sounds of tumbleweeds passing by on the issue of the possible sale of Saab.
It not only feels like a Saab, but looks like one too. We focused on fits and broke the mold in designing the front-end appearance. An integrated fascia on all-new front end sheet metal gives the truck a clean look with tight gaps and flush fits. A new chrome roof rack accepts existing accessories from the Saab portfolio.
Bob, Scania produces trucks. Saab produces cars.
UPDATE: Bob’s blog is mediated, and so far the gatekeepers have been over here 4 times to check out this blog since I left my comments. As yet, my comments have not appeared on his blog. From now on, if I post a comment at Bob’s blog, I’ll post a copy of the comments here too.
By the way, Hi Bob!! If you’re wondering, I am really sceptical about the path Saab is taking. I understand the 9-2x and 9-7x are bridges (At least I hope they are) and I also understand that at the end of the day, you’ve got to make money. Saab stayed alive via innovation, not by being the same as everyone else. That’s my overriding concern. So if I’m on your back, it’s only because I care. OK?