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:

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

 

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Interior:
Cloth seats, rear seats fold down for hatch.

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

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

Transmission:
5-Speed Transmission

Dimensions:
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

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