In the coming week, Saab will be hosting a special party at its Trollhättan plant in Sweden to mark the first anniversary of Saab's rebirth as an independent automaker. Although this claim could be up for some discussion, provided that Saab heavily relies on GM for its current portfolio and is actively seeking help from BMW to develop its future models, Saab insists on debuting a commemorative edition model based on the 9-3 Convertible.
The pictures seen are the first to be released on the internet of said convertible. The 9-3 Convertible Independence Edition will also see a limited production of just 366 units, each one marking a day that has passed since Spyker Cars took over the company from GM. The special edition is fitted with a 220-horsepower 2.0T Biopower engine. It will also boast some features like the bespoke Sunset Red color, new 18-inch alloy wheels, gray leather seats, and some Hirsch interior appointments.