Saab EV-1 Concept Car 1985 posters

Saab EV-1 Concept Car

The Saab EV-1, also known as the Saab 900 Turbo EV-1, was an experimental forward-thinking design developed by Saab back in 1985. It featured a 2 + 2 wedge-shaped sports coupé body style that was based on the Saab 900 Turbo 16v. To achieve its stylish look, the body was made of steel while the roof was made up of glass. Impressive features on the EV-1 included front and rear bumpers (fenders) made of Aramid Fiber (Kevlar) reinforced fiberglass as well as carbon-fibre side impact protection for the doors. Additionally, there were 66 solar cells mounted in the glass roof, powering an interior cooling fan that cooled the EV-1 when parked in sunlight. The EV-1 was powered by a modified engine from the Saab 900 Turbo 16, tuned to deliver 285 hp (213 kW). With this engine, the car was able to achieve a top speed of 270 km/h and go from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.9 seconds. The speedometer lights would only light up the area around the current speed, a feature that would be incorporated, in modified form, on production models. The EV-1 is also well-known for appearing in the background of the popular movie Back to the Future Part II.

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