Well, here’s my take on the topic.
…Before ceasing to exist, Saab revived the 900 Turbo, giving it the guts of the 9-5, with the XWD system, and the 280hp, 2,8 litre turbo V6.
I tried replicating 2012 Saab styling, drawing inspiration from the 2012 9-5, and 9-3. The modern 900 would be smaller than both of them, having either a 2-door, or a 4-door variant, coming with the 1,9l tdi engine as a standard.
But this is no standardmodel, this is the top range turbo model, which has the previously mentioned 2,8 litre turbo V6, and XWD system from the 9-5, giving this car a 5.5 second 0-60mph in 2012, while maintaining a top speed of 260kph, limited.
The interior would be similar to the 9-5, sharing the entire gauge cluster, steering wheel, center console, and seats.
The exhaust has bypass valves, which activate when the car is put into “S” mode, giving it a more lively sound, with the S mode on, the traction control would loosen up a bit, and the steering will do the opposite.
I added the turbo badge from the original 900 turbo as a throwback for it.
Here they are both, old and new turbo 900’s.