Saturday, July 25, 2009

ANew Saab 9-5 interior



A better picture, I think.

Plus a shot of the car next to actual human beings...

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Those aren't actual human beings...They are MBAs.

Anonymous said...

Those aren't actual human beings...They are MBAs.


Correct. Mindless Banal Androids.

Anonymous said...

wow either those people are miggets or the new 9-5 is pretty tall. It looks like it could be as tall as the lincoln MKS.

Kwame said...

Hey, I'm soon to be an MBA, so watch your mouth before I mindless do something to you...

Anonymous said...

Yup...They have that sharp uselessness about them...Must be MBAs.

Anonymous said...

I'm telling you, this isn't going to cut it.

Anonymous said...

I don't get it...I've never been a SABB fan - and from the hype - this thing was to be the second coming....I don't see it / get it.

Sebring convertable front
Opel ass
I have no idea where they found the doors.

It does nothing for me - but again, no other sabb has.

Anonymous said...

better pix in a sense but still need better still
-maybe unusual angles?- or just/must see it for real... ...the camo-pix caught a feeling not shown here.
imho one word captures this Saab's styling:
Shinkansen
:)

Anonymous said...

I still don't like the roofline. It looks like they tried to stretch it too far.

Paul said...

I'll go out on a limb and say what no-one on this site ever says about any car shown: I Like It. Its too late for Saab, sure, but I like it.

Anonymous said...

Thats because cars are getting stupid looking...Fire the damn Stylists! They are just childish psychopaths...American art school grads.

ning low said...

too much press on the auto industries next disaster

Anonymous said...

I like this. It looks modern without any of the tortured and awkward details of most foreign cars today. My parents gave me a well-used 900 in college and I kept it long after I was earning six figures. I loved it because it was unique, it held up well and the design is timeless. It became more distinguished with age. SAABs will never be as common as Toyotas or Hyundais, which you are anxious to dispose of after a few years.

Anonymous said...

MBAs + Unions = Death

Anonymous said...

"Anonymous said...
I like this. It looks modern without any of the tortured and awkward details of most foreign cars today. My parents gave me a well-used 900 in college and I kept it long after I was earning six figures. I loved it because it was unique, it held up well and the design is timeless. It became more distinguished with age. SAABs will never be as common as Toyotas or Hyundais, which you are anxious to dispose of after a few years.

July 28, 2009 10:32 PM"

Anxious to dispose of after a few years?

Uhhh, first off, there are many more true high mileage (300K+) Toyotas on the road than Saabs.
Second, Hyundai is in a far better position than Saab is. I'd take nearly any Hyundai model over a Saab.

Saabs are for democratic yuppies who WANT to be different for the wrong reason.