Oops #1 involved a stubborn Aero-X roof that wouldn’t lift and trapped an occupant at the New York International Auto Show.
Oops #2 is reported in The Sun from the UK (so you can believe about one third of it):
A £600,000 car conked out on its FIRST public outing.
The Saab Aero X was en route to the British Motor Show in London when its battery packed up as it stopped for eco-friendly bioethanol fuel.
Garage staff pushed the car off a forecourt in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset. The 155mph car was restarted with jump leads and put on a trailer.
It was the first time the concept car, with a glass canopy and jet-style “cockpit”, had been seen outside of motor shows.
Saab’s Rebecca Wright said: “The roof has been lifting on and off a lot so the battery was flat.”
The car is now lovingly nestled in the safe arms of CitySaab in London for a few days prior to its actual debut in the BMS on July 20.