|Saab 94 1956||New, 2 door open glass-fibre body.||Chassis is a box construction in aluminium. Rack and pinion steering. Drum brakes.Parking brakes on rear wheels.||Three cylinder 57,5 hp 748 ccm two stroke engine. Manual 3/4 gearbox and free wheel.||Two seater. Gear-lever on the floor except for one car.|
|Saab Sonett II 1966||New, 2 door glass-fibre covered body.Flip-front with chrome-plated latches.||Diagonally divided, two circuit, brake system. Parking brakes on rear wheels. Disc brakes on front wheels.||Three cyl.
57,5 hk MC850 separate lubricated, two stroke engine.
Carburator: Solex 40 DHW.
|Column gearshift lever. Facia in mahogany plywood. Roll bar behind seats. Seats made in glass-fibre reinforced plastic.|
|Saab Sonett II 1967||
Big bulge on hood to house the new V4 engine.
Emblem with Sonett V4 on the bulge.
|4 1/2″ rims.||V4-engine with modified air filter and harder valve springs compared to a standard V4. Changed final gear and dual exhaust pipes.|
|Saab Sonett V4 1968|
|Saab Sonett V4 1969||New seats with adjustable back support and integrated head restraints. New steering wheel with. Clove compartment door. Improved heating.|
|Saab Sonett III 1970||New body. Basic work by Sergio Coggiola. Retractable headlights. Grille with horizontal bars. >Flip-front superseded by a small hood. The Saab emblem on the rear panel was from the Saab 99.||Light alloy rims from Swedish Tunaverken as an option.||Leather steering wheel.
Luxury models could be equipped with leather seats. Floor mounted gear-lever. Manually operated retractable headlights. Three big instruments with tachometer in the middle. Brown, corderoy seats with brown cloth backed vinyl on the sides. Luxury mod. equipped with leather seats.
|Premiere in New York.|
|Saab Sonett III 1971||Bigger, 1,7 liters engine due to altered crankshaft. Bigger muffler.||Air conditioning from ”CoolAir” as option. The horn button moved to middle of the steering wheel.||Crash beams in the doors.|
|Saab Sonett III 1972||New grille, black rear panel.||New 4,5″ aluminium rims corresponding to the ”EMS” rims in silver grey.||More cars of 1972 production stayed in Sweden compared to other years.|
|Saab Sonett III 1973||Big impact absorbing bumbers that could stand 8km/h without lasting deformation. Stripes and black wiper arms. Rear window equipped struts. Rain trough added.||Tire dimension increased from
155 SR15 to 165 SR15
|New, lighted controls on dashboard. New upholstery. New interior doorhandles.||Improved side collision protection. Ready to drive weight 930kg.|
|Saab Sonett III 1974||Headlight wipers.||Aluminium rims decorated with black fields.|