The collections has around 120 cars and approximately 70 of them are on show. The first Saab was the 92001, which is more commonly known as ”Ursaaben” from 1947. It has a very distinct aerodynamic shape designed by Sixten Sason. The cars are divided into different categories, for example prototypes, test cars, official, company cars, racing cars etc. The Saab Car Museum contains a lot the milestones for the 4.4 million or so cars that have been produced. From two-stroke to turbo.
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Cars & Automotive: 51-100
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Address: Åkerssjövägen 18, 46155, Trollhättan, Sweden, Europe
Coordinates: 58.2721829999999, 12.276466000000028
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