As the replacement for the popular 850 T-5R and 850 R, the V70 R was unveiled in May 1997. Similar to the previous generation R models it featured a unique leather/Alcantara interior with diamond stitching on the seats. Further styling touches were a special front… Read More
The performance 9-5 Aero was first released in 2000 with a 2.3T B235R engine. The B235R engine of the 9-5 Aero was capable of providing immense torque and, in terms of acceleration, outperformed the contemporary Porsche 911 Turbo from 40-90 mph.
Introduced in 1978 the turbo body was originally a 3-door combi coupé version but later in 1979-80 the company produced a two-door model, which was a limited homologation exercise to enable the production of a rally car.
The Saab 35 Draken was developed during the 1940s and 1950s to replace Sweden’s first generation of jet-powered fighter aircraft and features a unique double delta wing. Developed in Sweden, the Draken was introduced into service with the Swedish Air Force in 1960.
As with the previous generation, Volvo offered a high performance variant called V70 R AWD based on the PCC2 concept car from 2001. It was only available with a Haldex based all-wheel drive system and a 2.5L turbocharged five cylinder engine rated at 300 metric… Read More
The Volvo 200 series was a range of executive cars produced by Volvo Cars from 1974 to 1993, with more than 2.8 million units sold worldwide.
The Saab 37 Viggen is a Swedish single-seat, single-engine, short-medium range combat aircraft. The Viggen holds the distinction of being the first canard design to be produced in quantity.
The “classic” Saab 900 produced from 1978 to 1993 was based on the Saab 99 chassis, though with a longer front end to meet U.S. frontal crash regulations.