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You are not just driving your car to get from A to B and long, winding roads make your heart leap? We are glad you found us. We will help you to unlock your engine’s maximum performance and make sure that you will never want to get out of your Saab again.
Saab, an aircraft and arms manufacturer from Sweden, launched a car division in 1947 that was completely divested in 1990 under the name Saab Automobile AB. The original Saab was also a prototype, the Saab 92001. Decades later came the cult car for the model family, the Saab 900 turbo. Good fixtures and equipment, an unusual design and above-average performance led to this model's commercial success. Today the Saab 9-5, a personal vehicle in the upper mid-size segment, is very popular.
The Saab 9-5 I 3.0 TiD V6 is typical of the very highly engineered range from this car brand, but there's still room for improvement. With RaceChip car chips the horsepower can be increased by up to 29%, from 185 HP to an impressive 239 HP. More power, agility and faster acceleration with engine tuning ensure that this Saab model needn't shy away from the competition.
The latest iteration of VWs iconic transporter is called the T6.1. The Multivan that we have tested comes with a 2-liter bi-turbo diesel engine with 199 HP and 450 Nm of torque in stock which is the range topping motorization. READ ON
Let’s be honest: We’re all waiting for the GTI and R versions of the new Golf, aren’t we? However, they won’t be around until late 2020 or early 2021. Until then, we took the chance to have a look at the brand new Golf MK8 with the 1.5 TSI motorization... READ ON