Remember that cute little Saab 92 that littered the streets back in the 1950s? Well, if Victor Muller gets his wish, we might be seeing more of them in the near future.

According to a telephone interview done by Bloomberg, the Saab CEO is pushing for a revival of one of the brand’s most iconic cars and is doing his part in talking with a number of different automakers in negotiating to share technology and develop a new platform for the modern day 92.

Despite confirming their plans for a 92 revival, Muller is keeping mum on who the brand has been negotiating with, saying only that "discussions are already ongoing". And in the event that everything pushes through, Saab’s "old-new" car should come back for quite a revival in the next two to three years as it gears up for a full-scale war with MINI, the Audi A1 and the Fiat 500.


Source: Bloomberg

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  (806) posted on 06.2.2010

It’s just like the Nissan motors. They’ve also made a old school design but modern inside.

  (433) posted on 06.1.2010

What do you mean by a modern 92? Are they going to revive the 92 model of saab?

  (134) posted on 06.1.2010

Well, I think that’s a good idea but am not sure if this will be possibly succeed, I guess nothing will lose if they will still try to build a modern day 92.

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