The Saab PhoeniX concept was not understood by everybody when it was presented at the Geneva Motor Show back in 2011. But it was the concept that should have started a new phase in the life of Saab as a car company. It was quirky enough to be declared as a Saab, and some years later a company in southern Germany did imitate it at some point when they created their most futuristic car at that point.
The car was designed by Jason Castriota and defined his vision of Saab in a exaggerated manner. Later prototypes of the 9-3 3rd gen. showed that the PhoeniX design language fitted well to a more normal car. But this is is only part of the Saab story that couldn’t or shouldn’t be written.
But now, thanks to the hard work from Andrei at Griffin Models a copy of that car in 1:43rd scale and with a high grade of detail can be yours, at least for a few of you.
It is currently available worldwide as a limited edition run of 60 kits and costing only 89 Euro’s which is about 100 US$.
It arrives unpainted but everything is there to make your own stunning concept car from 2011.
Please pop over to his sales page for further details.