What is the fastest Saab made?

What is the fastest Saab made?

9-3 Sport
The 9-3 Sport Sedan Aero with its new V-6 Turbo is, quite simply, the fastest accelerating car ever to carry the Saab badge. In the new 9-3 Aero, Saab customers are now able to enjoy the combined benefits of turbocharged power and six cylinder refinement in a purpose-built package.

What was the best Saab ever made?

10 of the Greatest Cars Saab Ever Built

  • Ursaab. 1947 Ursaab | Source: Saab Car Museum.
  • 1960-1980 Saab 96. 1963 Saab 96 | Source: Saab Car Museum.
  • 1966-1974 Sonett. 1970 Saab Sonett III | Source: Saab Car Museum.
  • 1978-1984 Saab 99 Turbo.
  • 1984-1991 Saab 900 SPG.
  • 1984- 1997 Saab 9000.
  • 1998-2003 Saab 9-3 Viggen.
  • 2004-2005 Saab 9-2X.

What is Volvo’s strongest engine?

The 367-hp* engine in the new Volvo S60 and V60 Polestar, one of the most powerful four-cylinder production engines in the world, has been awarded the prestigious 2017 Wards 10 Best Engines trophy.

Which is the fastest Saab in the world?

Pulling up at #1 in this class is the 1999 Saab 9-3 Viggen, which races 0-60 mph in 6.4 seconds. Sports cars with this rate of acceleration are generally classified as Spirited Cars.

What kind of engine does a Saab 9-3 have?

With massive pulling power spread widely across the engine’s speed range, the 2.8 V-6 Turbo generates more torque than most other six cylinder gasoline engines in the Saab 9-3’s market segment.

Which is the fastest car in the world?

New 2.8 V-6 turbo engine makes 9-3 Aero fastest Saab production car in history. The Swedish engineers were closely involved during the conceptual design and development of GM’s new global V-6 engine architecture, ensuring it included the possibility of a turbocharged application.

What kind of automatic transmission does a Saab use?

The “smart” Aisin AW automatic transmission adapts to driver usage patterns and prevailing road conditions. It can sense changes in engine performance, engine load, road gradient and altitude, quickly finding the right gear without irritating “hunting.”