2007 Saab 9-3 interior

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  1. i dont know how you can like the old dash over the new one. We can all however mourne the loss of saabs identity

  2. Both dashes look horribly ollllld … How can GM allow Saab to build such a sexy car with such a drab interior. I agree, Saab has truely lost his identity.

  3. their interiors always looked like that.. GM kept it true to the orignal style.. not saying its a good thing

  4. I like it. Not only is an improvement over the old dash design by having simpler, less fussy controls, it is crisp, clean, and tailored. Good job.

  5. ok…why is every saab interior almost exactly the same?!?!

    I mean saab came out a long time ago and yet they still have the same interior design all through the years……….
    its called the evolution of design..

  6. Good if today is 1996. It comes a decade late and other luxury had moved two generations ahead already.

    Not really. Take some of the great Bauhaus designs, for example. They are as fresh and modern today as they were then.

    A 1956 Lincoln Mk II is as simply tasteful today as it was then. Unfortunately, tastes of the American ’50’s appreciated the most garish, the rediculous, and the brashest in automobile designs.

    The 1965 Lincolns or ’65 Cadillacs were also good examples of restraint in design.

    The design concept of form-follows-function is often debated and will perhaps never be resolved. Purists in design circles tend to agree it is superior, however.

    Raison d’etre if you will.

  7. “The 1965 Lincolns or ’65 Cadillacs were also good examples of restraint in design.”

    Honestly, how many ppl will buy 1965 lincolns or ’65 cadillacs today? If exterior and interior designs of those cars can be a selling point, why GM and Ford have to spend billions of dollars to “improve” existing line-ups? Yes, they were once king of automotive world but their era had been gone. Back to Saab 9-3, when you put Acura TL (3 years old already!) or Toyota Avalon beside it, the gap of quality and design is enough to put off most customers. And I dun even have to put the latest Germans against it.

  8. Honestly, how many ppl will buy 1965 lincolns or ’65 cadillacs today? If exterior and interior designs of those cars can be a selling point, why GM and Ford have to spend billions of dollars to “improve” existing line-ups? Yes, they were once king of automotive world but their era had been gone. Back to Saab 9-3, when you put Acura TL (3 years old already!) or Toyota Avalon beside it, the gap of quality and design is enough to put off most customers. And I dun even have to put the latest Germans against it.

    You completely missed the point, but we’re all very clear that you don’t like the SAAB interior.

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