Teknikens Varld drive the 2010 Saab 9-5

Yesterday it was Robert Collin from Aftonbladet driving the 2010 Saab 9-5.
Today it’s Tekniken’s Varld. They have a great little slideshow at that link, so make sure you check it out.
Tomorrow? We’ll wait and see, eh?
Here’s the Googletrans, with my usual feeble effort at a tidy up for readability. Corrections in comments, please, and I’ll try to update it as quick as I can (before bedtime, at least)
New Saab 9-5 – direct report from the first test
Test Manager Hans Hedberg is currently in Västergötland. As one of the first Swedish motor journalists, he has received a first tasting of the new Saab 9-5. First impression: Great, Huge, tight and very good.
2010 Saab 9-5 TV.jpg As one of three invited media, Teknikens World test head Hans Hedberg received a test drive in what is perhaps Saab’s most important model to date – New Saab 9-5.
In classic Saab-distances in Västergötland offers Saab on a first sneak peek and test drive of the new 9-5. But it is very secretive. Saab not only want to show the car to the public but the purpose is also to receive feedback so that any changes can be made before the final launch.
The car is still well masked with tape and the interior should certainly not be caught in the picture. So far, we keep the benefits of Hedberg report.
– It is very much Saab-feeling inside. Saab has as usual worked a lot with creating a cockpit feeling, and they have done very well. There is some inspiration from Audi mixed with the functionality from Volvo. For a pre-production car, everything is very well together,” says Hans Hedberg over the phone.
According to Hedberg, the test drive car is one of the best assembled pre-production cars he has ever run. Everything feels tight and electronics working properly. No error messages.
The first impression is short: Huge!
– The back seat is very generous. It may bend a little on the neck to gain entry because of the low roof profile but the place is the back seat class leader, “says Hedberg.
The long car also has a large long travel potential. According to Hedberg is the chassis is well calibrated and precise. The steering is light and not as blunt as is often the case with the sporty competitors.
More information about important new Saab 9-5 is available in the next issue (No. 12) of Teknikens World.
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