Continuing the biggest product offensive in its history, Saab Automobile AB is today announcing its latest new model, and its first sport utility vehicle, the 2005 Saab 9-7X. Featuring standard all-wheel-drive and two engine choices, the 9-7X SUV will fill Saab’s need for an entry is this rapidly growing market segment.
The Saab 9-7X will make its world debut at the 2004 New York Auto Show in April 2004, and will go on sale about one year later. Initially, the 9-7X will be produced specifically for the United States and Canadian markets only.
"We are pleased to continue to expand our product line in the very important North American market," comments Peter Augustsson, President and CEO of Saab Automobile AB.
"With the Saab 9-X and 9-3X concept vehicles, followed by the award-winning Saab 9-3 Sport Saloon and Convertible, the 9-3 Sport-Hatch concept and the dynamic new 9-2X, we are exceeding our commitment to introduce one new vehicle or concept each year for five years."
"The Saab 9-7X is the perfect addition to our model mix," Augustsson continues. "It allows us to join the growing North American mid-luxury SUV market, one of the fastest growing segments, with a dynamic, premium vehicle."
The new 9-7X will be built at GM’s Moraine Assembly plant in Ohio, beginning in the first quarter of 2005.
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