|Saab Aero-X Concept|
|aka||Type aka here, not up there|
|Body Style||2 door, 2-seat Front-Engined Coupe|
|Length||184.101 in (4676.2 mm)|
|Width||75.501 in (1917.7 mm)|
|Height||50.201 in (1275.1 mm)|
|Wheelbase||wheelbase - type here|
|Weight||3307.5 lbs (1500 kg)|
|Transmission||transmission + drive|
|Engine||2.8 litre BioPower biturbo V6|
|Power|| 400 hp (294.4 kW) @ 5000 rpm|
272.1 lb-ft (369 Nm) of torque @ 2000 rpm
|Designer||Anthony Lo (Lead Designer) under Bryan Nesbitt|
The Saab Aero-X is a concept car built by Saab and debuted in 2006. It is meant primarily to showcase future styling cues for the Saab brand as a whole and to also generate more interest in the brand around the world and especially in the United States.
See Wikicars' comprehensive Saab Aero-X Concept Review.
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Concept: 92001 · Quantum · 98 · EV-1 · 9-X · 9-3X Concept · Aero-X Concept · 9-3 SportHatch · Monster · 60 · Catherina · 9-4X BioPower Concept · 9-1X Concept · 9-X BioHybrid Concept · 9-X Air BioHybrid Concept
|name of founder/s||Corporate website||A division of Spyker Cars N.V|