Saab GT: here is the hypothesis of a new electric touring car [RENDER]

Although Saab is now a distant memory in the automotive sector, there are still fans hoping for its return in the future. For example, Azerbaijani designer Jahangir Gahramanov has created an interesting digital project that shows us what a hypothetical all-electric GT would look like, taking a cue from the past vehicles of the bankrupt Swedish brand.   The design The Saab GT is proposed as a two-door model with a long engine hood and a passenger compartment with four seats. At the front we find thin LED headlights that blend with the grille and small air intakes on the bumper. Note the front fenders slightly higher than the hood and with a clamshell design for a cleaner look.  The black A-pillars and the continuity between the windshield and the side windows recall some Saab vehicles of the past. The side profile is characterized by large rims and balanced proportions.  The designer also thought of optimizing the aerodynamics of this digital project with an opening present behind the front wheels and that continues above the hood. The Saab GT also boasts a coupe-style roofline that is high enough for passengers seated in the second row to comfortably fit into it. Also note the rear windshield that opens together with the tailgate. The lower back area is coated in black. Here we also find hidden LED headlights and a sculpted bumper.  The powertrain Unfortunately we don't have much information on what's under the hood of the GT, but it is a fully electric vehicle . A platform made specifically for electric vehicles and four electric motors (one for each wheel), as well as a high-capacity lithium-ion battery and all-wheel drive would certainly do very well .

Although Saab is now a distant memory in the automotive sector, there are still fans hoping for its return in the future. For example, Azerbaijani designer Jahangir Gahramanov has created an interesting digital project that shows us what a hypothetical all-electric GT would look like, taking a cue from the past vehicles of the bankrupt Swedish brand.

The design

The Saab GT is proposed as a two-door model with a long engine hood and a passenger compartment with four seats. At the front we find thin LED headlights that blend with the grille and small air intakes on the bumper. Note the front fenders slightly higher than the hood and with a clamshell design for a cleaner look.

Although Saab is now a distant memory in the automotive sector, there are still fans hoping for its return in the future. For example, Azerbaijani designer Jahangir Gahramanov has created an interesting digital project that shows us what a hypothetical all-electric GT would look like, taking a cue from the past vehicles of the bankrupt Swedish brand.   The design The Saab GT is proposed as a two-door model with a long engine hood and a passenger compartment with four seats. At the front we find thin LED headlights that blend with the grille and small air intakes on the bumper. Note the front fenders slightly higher than the hood and with a clamshell design for a cleaner look.  The black A-pillars and the continuity between the windshield and the side windows recall some Saab vehicles of the past. The side profile is characterized by large rims and balanced proportions.  The designer also thought of optimizing the aerodynamics of this digital project with an opening present behind the front wheels and that continues above the hood. The Saab GT also boasts a coupe-style roofline that is high enough for passengers seated in the second row to comfortably fit into it. Also note the rear windshield that opens together with the tailgate. The lower back area is coated in black. Here we also find hidden LED headlights and a sculpted bumper.  The powertrain Unfortunately we don't have much information on what's under the hood of the GT, but it is a fully electric vehicle . A platform made specifically for electric vehicles and four electric motors (one for each wheel), as well as a high-capacity lithium-ion battery and all-wheel drive would certainly do very well .

The black A-pillars and the continuity between the windshield and the side windows recall some Saab vehicles of the past. The side profile is characterized by large rims and balanced proportions.

The designer also thought of optimizing the aerodynamics of this digital project with an opening present behind the front wheels and that continues above the hood. The Saab GT also boasts a coupe-style roofline that is high enough for passengers seated in the second row to comfortably fit into it. Also note the rear windshield that opens together with the tailgate. The lower back area is coated in black. Here we also find hidden LED headlights and a sculpted bumper.

Although Saab is now a distant memory in the automotive sector, there are still fans hoping for its return in the future. For example, Azerbaijani designer Jahangir Gahramanov has created an interesting digital project that shows us what a hypothetical all-electric GT would look like, taking a cue from the past vehicles of the bankrupt Swedish brand.   The design The Saab GT is proposed as a two-door model with a long engine hood and a passenger compartment with four seats. At the front we find thin LED headlights that blend with the grille and small air intakes on the bumper. Note the front fenders slightly higher than the hood and with a clamshell design for a cleaner look.  The black A-pillars and the continuity between the windshield and the side windows recall some Saab vehicles of the past. The side profile is characterized by large rims and balanced proportions.  The designer also thought of optimizing the aerodynamics of this digital project with an opening present behind the front wheels and that continues above the hood. The Saab GT also boasts a coupe-style roofline that is high enough for passengers seated in the second row to comfortably fit into it. Also note the rear windshield that opens together with the tailgate. The lower back area is coated in black. Here we also find hidden LED headlights and a sculpted bumper.  The powertrain Unfortunately we don't have much information on what's under the hood of the GT, but it is a fully electric vehicle . A platform made specifically for electric vehicles and four electric motors (one for each wheel), as well as a high-capacity lithium-ion battery and all-wheel drive would certainly do very well .

The powertrain

Unfortunately we don't have much information on what's under the hood of the GT, but it is a fully electric vehicle . A platform made specifically for electric vehicles and four electric motors (one for each wheel), as well as a high-capacity lithium-ion battery and all-wheel drive would certainly do very well .

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