Many markets around the world are getting a Griffin edition Saab 9-5 for the car’s last model year in 2009.
The Swedish market, however, are getting an extra-special model, the Saab 9-5 Aero Griffin.
You Swedes can read the full details in your native tongue at Saab Sverige.
The rest of you will have to put up with my laborious (and I mean laborious) translation.
In a nutshell, the addition of a Hirsch tuning package means that the Saab 9-5 Aero Griffin is the most potent BioPower Saab you’ve ever been able to order from the factory.
From what I can tell, the car features the following standard kit:
- Groovy leather trim
- Harmon-Kardon sound system
- CD Changer
- Bi-Xenon headlamps
- Rear Spoiler
- Aluminium pedals
- 17 or 18 inch light alloy wheels
- Sports Chassis
- Double rear exhaust system
- High Gloss black interior trim
….and a whole bunch of other stuff that I can’t translate (there’s no cutting and pasting from Saab’s flash-based website, so I’d have to type this stuff all in by hand).
It’s not quite the TS Edition that I promoted as the 9-5’s swansong back in 2007, but it looks like a very nice goodbye model all the same.