A brand-new camera stabilizing rig was created solely to capture the majesty of the Saab Gripen fighter jet cutting open the ice cold air above Sweden. Worth it? Take a look for yourself!
It looks as if the Saab brand may not come back to the automobile market—at least, not in its entirety. Saab AB, a Swedish aerospace business with ownership of the name, will not allow the use of its name or logo by its buyout company.
Hi there you lovely American hot rodders! Meet this 1953 Ford Anglia/Saab Turbo drift machine from England. Apparently, it’s got too much grip, and that’s an issue.
Welcome to Paper Jam, the feature where we highlight the best automotive advertisements from the past! Print might be nearly dead, but our scanners are just getting warmed up.
This story is not for people looking for basic transportation. It is for Jalops who, rather than buy another boring compact, would like the opportunity to get one of the last cars Saab sold in America. The good news is that even the cheapskates can now buy the most tragic of Swedish luxury cars.
Saab has proven itself to be harder to kill than a vampire cockroach. While the rest of the world had written the Swedish former General Motors subsidiary off as dead after its Chinese-backed owner National Electric Vehicle of Sweden faced bankruptcy demands last year, Saab Blog reported this week that five (!) new…
AESA radars have changed aerial combat, offering a quantum leap in range, resolution, fast scanning capabilities, stealthiness and reliability among many other advantages. But, an AESA’s somewhat narrow field of view can still be an issue. SAAB has come up with a ingenious solution to this problem—spin an angled AESA…
Why is this 1964 Saab worth nearly half a million dollars? Because it does Mach 2 and was designed to kill people.
The latest chronicle in the history of the Saab 9-3 would sound crazy - if it wasn’t for the already ridiculous game of Saab-potato we’ve seen since GM ditched the Swedish car brand in 2010. And yet the 9-3 will live on - as a Turkish Cadillac of sorts.
Everyone loves to talk about cars made by plane companies. Saab never let us forget about Born From Jets. But what about planes made by auto companies? Which planes were Born From Cars?
Driving a vintage SAAB 96 around Austin, Texas is great. It can also be a chore. But mostly it’s great. Here’s why:
Southern California finally got some rain this past weekend and while it limited the amount of time I was able to spend outside photographing cars, I have to say I was pleasantly surprised with what I was able to get. It was one of those times when I really wish I had a good friend to hold an umbrella over me, or at…
A Swedish donut sounds like a horrendous sexual act, or a pastry covered in creamed fish eggs, but in reality, it’s just a Saab when you stop the back wheels from moving. And it is glorious.
Who’s a cute lil’ instrument of war? You are!
The great Swede Erik Carlsson, the man who helped establish Saab’s rally career (and the Saab mythos itself) passed away today.
It was all about sacrifice when I decided to forgo my cushy 2013 Volkswagen GTI with heated seats, blue tooth, and a manufacturer's warranty. Driving a new car isn't very satisfying; it's not as interesting as something that creaks, rattles, and sputters on occasion.
What you see here is an electric prototype based on the old Saab 95 that was used for a brief period in the city of Linköping before ending up in the museum. But can it be the weirdest postal vehicle ever built?