So it looks like the Saab 9-4X Crossover – yep, that very same vehicle that we’ve been waiting a long time for – is finally ready to for its time in the spotlight. And, according to event organizers of the 2010 LA Auto Show, that time will take place later this year at their event.

If you’re having a little difficulty placing where you last saw this vehicle, it was actually a little over two years ago at the 2008 Detroit Auto Show where it was presented in a slightly different tag as the 9-4X BioPower Concept.

At that time, Saab was still owned by General Motors and the concept that was shown in 2008 carried the same powertrain with that of the Cadillac SRX. Now that Saab is under the Spyker brand, there’s no telling what kind of powertrain will be available for the production version of the 9-4X Crossover. The good news is that we won’t have to wait past the LA Auto Show to get the scoop on Saab’s new crossover.


Source: Twitter - LA Auto Show

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  (858) posted on 10.15.2010

Now that I actually saw the interior of the production model, it doesn’t seem like they kept too much of the concept’s clean and simple design. Drat.

  (347) posted on 10.12.2010

It’s not so bad. Design is fairly nice at least in my opinion, if not safe (Yes, for Saab this is safe). I do like the interior in the concept though.

  (367) posted on 08.19.2010

Saab has really getting good list of cars every year.

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