2011 Saab Phoenix Car Concept made its debut today at the Geneva Motor Show. This car has a design created by the newly appointed design director of Saab, namely Jason Castriota. Castriota is the one who was behind the Bertone Mantide influential striking and clear in concept and can be seen in the new Phoenix.
Saab has been researching the latest design created by a new architecture that will support the next Saab 9-3 with the latest design features of the car that aeromotional. The form of this car is clean and muscular, which allows a very low drag coefficient only with 0.25cd and also explores the potential for air n alira management through the use of typical, side mounted wing. According to the automaker, the car will be a production for Saab in the future.
“It symbolizes a renaissance of the innovative spirit and passion That drove the Saab to build its first car. We’re now taking forward the visual DNA with what We call ‘aeromotional’ design, adding emotion, power and fluidity. This design aesthetic will of shape and differentiate future Saab models in the portfolio. ” That quote sayings Castriota. Under the shapely metal is Saab’s 200-horsepower 1.6-liter turbocharged inline-four mated to the automaker’s XWD all-wheel-drive system. Inside, the Phoenix uses the new Saab infotainment platform IQon That uses the Google Android operating system. The Car Itself May be totally conceptual, but We’ll see IQon make its way into Saab products in the coming years.
The driver cans select one of three operating modes eXWD. The default Eco mode delivers optimal fuel efficiency and CO2 with power assistance to reduce load on the petrol engines at low speeds; Sport mode includes assistance with maximum power across the torque vectoring rear axle for Greater chassis control, and Traction mode enables optimal grip at the take -off and in slippery conditions.The good news is that, inside and out, the 2011 Saab Concept Phoenix showcases new design directions and technologies That will from some part of the forthcoming Saab products.
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