The Formula Junior from Saab brought attention autumn 1960 by appearing on Gelleråsbanan at Karlskoga and then in the Finnish Djurgården race with a pair of FJ-racers. It was an advanced, self-supporting construction and of course the Junior had front-wheel drive. The nose cone made of plastic was hiding a lying 3-cyl. two-stroke engine with two carburetors and 86 hp peak power.
Saab 900 Turbo 16 EV-1 This car was a pure prototype from 1985, which was built to try out components as could be built into the standard cars. Among other things, it had solar cells in the roof which produces electrical energy to a fan which automatically ventilates the passenger compartment when the car is parked in the sunshine. The headlights were a new high-power that gave better light. The extreme design is made of Björn Envall. Engine output was 285 hp DIN and a top speed of 270 km/h.