Saab is pleased to support local and international design by being the official car partner of Saturday in Design.
July 11th, 2008
Saab, like Saturday in Design is passionate about design and innovation and celebrates power of independent thinking.
In fact, the Saab 9-3 is designed for perfect interaction between the driver, and the car, with exhilarating performance, responsive handling, cutting edge chassis design and a host of other innovative features synonymous with Saab.
Look out for the SiD Saab fleet including the iconic Saab Convertible which will be transporting people around Melbourne during Saturday in Design, 8-9 August 2008.
For more information about Saab visit saab.com.au or phone Saab Central on 1800 50 7222.
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