Saab's teaser site for the upcoming Geneva Motor Show includes pitches for a refreshed 9-3, the European debuts of the new GM-based 9-4x, the 9-5 wagon and something simply tagged "Concept Car" that looks vaguely like a Saab should look.


Since the brand survived being thrown from the deck of GM's Titanic, its managers have been forced to make due with the models GM left it. The "concept car" would be Saab's first developed under Spyker Cars' ownership, and one that could show just how much of a future the Swedes have as an independent carmaker. Whatever its shape, the concept will likely draw power from a BMW 4-cylinder, thanks to the engine deal Saab struck last year.