Trollhattan Saab 2007 Saab 9-3 (part II) June 8, 2006 9 Comments The initial release about the 2007 Saab 9-3 interior design is below. Here’s some photos of the exterior. Any changes seem to be minor. Here endeth the speculation over the 9-3 until MY2008. —- —- —- Share this post, bro:TweetEmailPrint Saab 9-3 ConvertibleSaab 9-3 Sport CombiSaab 9-3 Sport Sedan Previous Post Next Post You may also like August 19, 2006 Viggen Wheel Repair (Part 1) December 2, 2007 More 9000 teaser shots November 20, 2006 9-3SC at EuropeanCar 9 Comments Phew! Just got delivery of my 06 20th anniversary edition just last week. Was going to be really really unhappy if the front end had changed to look like the AeroX – saw that in NYC and fell in love – will be awesome when that design becomes part of the mainstream DNA – however want to know that what I just bought wasn’t going to be “obsolete” instantly. Made my day. And, I love the convertible. Have leased a new saab every single year since 1996 – all 9-5’s – this is the first 9-3. And my 9-5 sportcombi gets delivered in July 🙂 Reply Looks like Saab has seen the error of its ways with the 9-5 and kept that 9-3 looking as fabulous as ever! Reply Can anyone point to any change in the exterior? I cannot see any change……. Reply There is a revised exterior due in model year 2008. Some aero-x cues and AWD. We were shown pictures and it looked aggressive. Reply Definitely a touch of the V8 Supercars in those wheels. Perhaps a Skaife signature model is in the works from Trollhattan? All part of the big, happy GM family after all. Reply Any more info about the 08 AWD? Off the shelf ( Haldex?) or in-house? Full-time or on-demand? Reply “There is a revised exterior due in model year 2008. Some aero-x cues and AWD. We were shown pictures and it looked aggressive.” Epsilon I cannot be fitted with AWD. Reply jro, The 2008 model that we’re all hanging out for is supposed to be Epsilon II and AWD capable. Then the engine shackles can really come off!! Reply How can it be epsilon II? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.