Tuesday, February 28, 2006
Saab Aero X
Pretty cool looking concept car from Saab:
"Saab is delving into its past to reshape its future with a radical concept car aimed at redefining the brand.
The sleek two-seater Aero X was welcomed amid 55 tonnes of ice imported from Sweden to reinforce the General Motors-owned brand's history.
The Aero X harks back to Saab's aeroplane history to create a look-at-me concept car designed to reassure people the troubled Swedish brand has a prosperous future.
A radical cockpit-style canopy negates the need for doors, instead raising electronically to reveal a futuristic two-seater cabin.
There are also no windscreen wipers, with a special coating on the screen designed to keep occupants seeing clearly in the wet."
Saab Aero X a sign of things to come
By Toby Hagon
The Sydney Morning Herald, February 28, 2006
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