Even though every Saab ever built has been front-wheel drive, the Swedish carmaker is seeking to develop vehicles that have all-wheel drive (AWD), says Saab Cars U.S.A. President Dan Chasins. "We have to respond to the growing demand for AWD," he says. Such a product could become Saab’s first cross/utility vehicle (CUV), he adds. However, Mr. Chasins says that a Saab CUV would not use the current Buick Rendezvous platform as once had been rumored. Reports out of Europe suggest a Saab CUV ...
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