With the Saab 9-5 getting all of the attention over the Saab, the Swedish car maker is looking to freshen up its entry-level 9-3 with some new styling.
Fuel economy is said to be 12 percent better in the diesel version (which we won’t get, of course). The car remains mechanically uncharged otherwise, with a 2.0L turbo engine the likely candidate for North America. Hopefully this time around, Spyker will realize what a great platform they have, and market the car properly. But with the 9-5 winning rave reviews, we’re almost more excited for the 9-3’s inevitable replacement.