DETROIT -- Saab Cars apparently doesn't plan to be left behind in the race to deliver crossover vehicles to SUV-weary consumers. Proof is the new 9-3X concept, a rugged, offroad-oriented offshoot of the 9-3 coupe that the Swedan-based automaker says it will reveal at January's North American International Auto Show in Detroit. By building the 9-3X concept, Saab says it is "setting the ground rules for a new take on the crossover vehicle segment" by combining the "sporty styling of the ...

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