While nothing is official yet, the 9-4X engine lineup should include a 180-hp 1.6-liter Turbo, a 220-hp 2.0-liter Turbo, and a 2.0-liter turbo diesel. A 300-hp 2.8-liter V6 may also show up, and we can expect transmissions to be 6-speed manual or automatic in a front- or all-wheel drive layout.
From the photos, the new Saab crossover looks to stay fairly true to the 9-4X BioPower concept by showing off Saab's new rear end styling. We can clearly see its full-width taillight setup and hockey stick C-pillar. In addition, the propeller-inspired rims are a nice touch that symbolize both Saab's aviation heritage and its new ownership by Spyker. All in all, this is a welcomed addition to the new Saab product range, which hopefully will contribute to the brandís revival.