You may recall the story of a passionate Saab enthusiast by the name of Michel Annink, who was able to make his Saab 9-5 SportCombi prototype a road legal car over in Europe. Annink originally purchased the Arctic White 9-5 from a KVD auction, where 18 of the 35 pre-production 9-5s were being sold.
It seems one of the other 35 prototypes was just put up for sale in Germany, but this one’s extra special. Behold: the only Saab 9-5NG SportCombi Aero Turbo6 ever built. It flaunts a Java Brown finish, a turbocharged 2.8L V6, and just 55,000 kilometers (about 34,000 miles) on the clock.
This Saab 9-5 unicorn was listed with an asking price of €75,000 (about $88,500 US), which obviously does not include the cost of importation. That’s a steep price, and possibly enough to make it the most expensive Saab vehicle ever sold. Yet according to 9-5SC2012.com, it’s already found a buyer in Sweden, meaning the 9-5NG SportCombi Aero Turbo6 is heading back to its home country soon enough.