Saab stopped making cars 10 years ago: the Swedish manufacturer’s latest model was the 9-5 sedan, which stopped production just a year after its launch. However, the legacy of the company founded in 1937 lives on and inspires designers. An independent artist from Azerbaijan, Jahangir Gahramanov, presented what model Saab could produce if the brand was revived in our time.
Gakhramanov portrayed the novelty from Saab as a grand tourer called Saab GT with a long hood, a coupe-shaped roof, two doors and a four-seater saloon. At the front, thin LED headlights connected to the grille and small air intakes are visible. The wheel arches protrude slightly from the bonnet, a nod to the 2006 Saab Aero-X concept coupe.
The black A-pillars, the windshield slope and the shape of the side windows are another nod to Saab’s design style. The stern received a two-tone design, a embossed bumper and a hidden diode strip responsible for the lights. The model is equipped with cameras instead of rear-view mirrors and large rims in Goodyear tires.
As planned by Gahramanov, the Saab GT should be powered by the current all-electric power plant, but its characteristics are not indicated, since the project is primarily devoted to design.