Green was a common color for Saabs in the previous century but most cars now come in grey, black, white, silver and other shades in between. This green Saab 9-3 owned by Dave van Grunsven in the Netherlands is not the average green you still see on some cars these days. If you’re a car enthusiast like many of us Saab owners, you probably already associated this color with a certain sport scar manufacturer from Italy.
The color is of course Lamborghini Verde and “verde” is Italian for “green”. But the color is not the only part that makes this a special Saab. The engine is a 2.0t Biopower which originally came with 175 hp from the factory. It was tuned by BlackTop-Tuning and now has an output of 240hp. So it is not just show but also a lot of go.
The exterior has been modified with 19″ Independence Edition wheels, a 2012 Griffin front bumper, Hirsch grille, rear Hirsch diffuser and Turbo X rear spoiler. The interior was updated with a dashboard by Hirsch and matching trim in the same green color as the exterior.
If you were at IntSaab 2016 last summer, you may have seen and heard this Saab 9-3 around Trollhättan. While it may not be the color choice for many Saab enthusiasts, it definitely is something you simply can’t ignore. And it sure is nice to see a different Saab 9-3 like this next all the other boring color choices these days.
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Pictures in this article used with permission from Dave.