2011 Saab 9-5 Aero Turbo6 2.8T XWD Top Speed Run
Stock (300HP, 400Nm), factory speed limiter.
Music: Ten Walls - Walking with Elephants (Original Mix).
German autobahn without speed limit.
Speedometer and GPS measured.
Filmed with iPhone, sorry for the quality and shaky view. :)
How to Add an AUX Input to a Saab 9-3
This video shows how to add an AUX input jack to a 2003 or newer Saab 9-3.
Before doing this you might want to look in your center armrest and see if
there's one there already. I had one, I just didn't know it. Oh well... I
like the location of this one better anyway. My car is a 2006. I don't know
what year Saab started adding the AUX input in the armrest, but some of the
earlier cars didn't have them.
Anyway, now I have TWO AUX inputs! :-)
If your car is a 2003 through 2005, go here to see how to connect the wires
directly to the pins on the back of the stereo:
This Saab 900 Was Built to Last
On a brisk Utah morning, at the base of a ski resort, we spent some time
with a Saab 900 SPG. Owner, Jordan Melville, dives into his love for Saab,
detailing how he brought this 900 back from the brink of the wrecking yard
to experience the car as if it were brand new.While modern day Saab
struggles to keep their cars on the road, Jordan's 900 SPG keeps the flame
Saab Sonett is a Two-Stroke Heirloom
Few Americans think twice nowadays about buying a foreign-branded car,
whether from Europe or Asia. Toyota is the biggest selling marque in the
world and Volvo long ago captured the hearts of safety-conscious soccer
moms. In the 1960s, however, Japan was an anthill on the automotive
landscape and a car-buyer in America needed either a few extra dollars or a
touch of eccentricity to cruise around town in a European car -- unless,
that is, they happened to be the Roberts family of northern Florida, USA.
Mr. Glenn Roberts was born to Australian parents who spent their youth
driving an eclectic mix of cars around Sydney and Hong Kong and who thus
saw no reason to change their habits when they settled in Florida in the
1950s. In 1967, they special-ordered a silver Saab Sonett II from a Florida
dealer and, as a result, Glenn spent his childhood riding to school not in
Detroit's muscle cars of the 1960s and '70s but in a 1500-pound Swedish
sports car with a 70 horsepower, two-stroke
The Sonett has followed Glenn through life. In 1980, when he was eighteen
years old, Glenn bought the car from his parents for $300 and, with the
help of his father, gave the car enough energy to carry Glenn through
college and into adulthood. In 2004, Glenn rewarded the car for its loyalty
with a full restoration, after which he gave it back to his parents to
enjoy when he moved to Australia for work. Now back in Glenn's California
garage, the Sonnet gets plenty of time along the coast and through the
Even on today's American streets—filled with cars of all shapes, sizes,
and nationalities—Glenn's Sonnet still draws plenty of puzzled looks,
which suits Glenn just fine.
"It's part of my passion," says Glenn. "I look for the odd stuff."
Lotus Omega vs Swedish police (Very high quality)
High quality video clip from the swedish police in pursuit of a speeding
Police car is an un-marked Saab 9-3 2.0t and therefore a bit slow.
I do not claim to own the rights to this movie, I just got annoyed that all
versions on youtube are either fast-frowarded or in very bad quality.
Although the driver of the Lotus got away in the pursuit, the police later
went to his home.