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  Saab 9-3 Sport-Hatch Concept

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Country of origin:Sweden
Produced in:2003
Introduced at:2003 Frankfurt Motor Show
Source:Company press release
Last updated:Before December 1st, 2004
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Click here to download printer friendly versionSaab declared its intention to enter a new market segment with the unveiling of its Saab 9-3 Sport-Hatch Concept at the 2003 Frankfurt Motor Show. The distinctive, five-door, four-seater format offers sporty, driver-focused performance and innovative load-carrying features, while challenging the traditional distinction between a hatchback and wagon. It is designed for customers with active, outdoor lifestyles who seek a sporty and rewarding driving experience that also delivers the versatility they need.

Powered by a 250 bhp, 2.0-liter Turbo engine with Saab Sentronic automatic transmission and a lowered, sports chassis sitting on 20-inch wheels, the 9-3 Sport Hatch Concept promises sharp performance to match its eye-catching looks. It is intended to take Saab into the mid-size wagon segment for the first time by offering a distinctive alternative choice, with hatchback-like proportions that are reminiscent of the shape of its classic Saab 900 forebears. It also represents a further development ofthe Saab 9-5 wagon's sporty character.

The exterior and interior styling follows themes from the Saab 9-3X 'cross-over coupé' concept presented last year and the current 9-3 Sport Sedan. Versatility features that are innovative and surprising support Saab's concept of 'emotional functionality'.

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