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Saab Spyker 9+ Tribute Concept

By luanpa in | April 1, 2010 | Comments Off on Saab Spyker 9+ Tribute Concept

This vehicle is Saab Spyker 9+ Tribute Concept, It is designed by Eduard Gray, an Automotive designer educated at Coventry University in the UK.

The two-door Saab Spyker 9+ Tribute is union of Saab and Spyker presents a unique opportunity to create a design, it takes the best of each brand and distills their qualities into a single product. The exterior design is pure Saab, featuring simple lines, turbine-style wheels, trademark headlights and the Saab grille, but also a big windshield that extends over the entire roof top. His long, lean  imagines an evolution of Saab’s Aero-X enhanced by some of Spyker’s exoticism.

According to the designer, it is powered by a mid-mounted engine, An enormous panoramic glass roof gives it an airy feel as well. Envisioned as a 2+2 model in the storied GT tradition, engine-wise it’s speculated to house a V6 bi-turbo capable of producing over 600 hp, perhaps powered purely by ethanol. while Saab comes up with the design details and the engineering. The power will probably be provided by an Audi-sourced V8 engine. Including a system to reduce friction in straight line driving whilst increasing traction in cornering and braking.

Saab Spyker 9+ Tribute Concept

Saab Spyker 9+ Tribute Concept top

Saab Spyker 9+ Tribute Concept side

Saab Spyker 9+ Tribute Concept rear



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