SAAB 600 Lancia 1980 – 1982

The Saab-Lancia 600 was produced from 1980 until 1982. It was a Saab-Scania / Lancia partnership that was created in order to share the financials in creating a platform that would eventually set the stage for the successor, the Saab 9000, three years later.
The Saab 600 was a rebadged Lancia Delta and that set the stage for the Saab-Scania & Fiat-Lancia-Alfa Romeo partnership. It was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, which was a front-wheel drive, 4-door hatchback.
This model for SAAB came equipped with the following specifications:

5-door hatchback. F/F, 1425kg, Saab grille and Saab wordmark badges, 165/70r13 aluminum alloy wheels
GL, GLS, GLE Models.




Cloth seats, rear seats fold down for hatch.

Unibody frame, diagonal cross brake system, vacuum servo, handbrake on rear brakes. Macpherson strut suspension and sway bars.

4-Cylinder, 2-port weber carburettor, 1,498cc, 45 liter fuel tank, compression ratio 9:2:1

5-Speed Transmission

Wheelbase 2475mm/″
Front Track 1400mm/″
Rear Track 1400mm/″
Ground Clearance 15cm/″
Turning Circle 11.25m/3″‘
Length 3885mm/″
Width 1620mm/″
Height 142cm/″
Performance Max Speed /165 kph
Acceleration 0-60 mph 12.5 secs