Saab (rest in peace) always used to tell us that they were "born from jets." But would you give up jets to drive this Aero-X concept everywhere?
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Although Saab has sadly left this world, their cars can still be seen scurrying around the world, from 96's and Sonett's to the short-lived new 9-5. One you won't see, however, is the Aero-X from 2006. Which is a shame, really, because it is perhaps the best looking Saab ever created.
The Aero-X has a twin-turbocharged V6 and a lifting "canopy" instead of boring old doors. All wheel drive is a given, and the entire body is made of carbon fiber. Visibility shouldn't be an issue, since this thing doesn't have A-pillars.
All in all, many cool features and most living beings would love to drive it. But what if having it as your own meant no more air travel? A After acquiring the Aero-X, you'll have to make all your trips in it, or by boat or train. Avoiding security would be nice, but getting across an ocean is going to take you a few days. Is the trade-off worth it?
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