Saab Design Center – Mölnlycke, Sweden

Posted on 15. Jun, 2007 by in 2000-2009, 9-3X, 9-X, Aero-X, Designers, Mölnlycke, Sweden, Sweden

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In 2000, the Saab Advanced Design Team relocated from within the Saab factory complex in Trollhättan to a facility just outside the city of Göteborg. in Mölnlycke, Sweden.

Today the Saab Design Center facility not only includes the Saab Advanced Design Team, but also the Global Sales & Marketing teams and employs approximately 120 people.

The members of Saab Advanced Design Team that have worked in this facility include Michael Mauer, Anthony Lo, Ola Granlund, Simon Padian and Alex Daniel and others on projects such as the Saab 9-X, Saab 9-3X, Saab 9-3 SportHatch and the Aero-X.

In 2005, the Saab Automobile “Brand Center” was also established as a way to preserve the heritage and scandinavian design cues in all future Saab Automobile models. It has been carefully explained to Saab History that this center is not a physical building or facility but an integrated and iterative design process between the Saab Design Center in Mölnlycke and Technical Development Center & Factory in Trollhättan.

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One Response to “Saab Design Center – Mölnlycke, Sweden”

  1. tamer

    05. Jan, 2008

    my name is tamer i love saab cars and i love design car
    i want help me to study in umea instute in sweden
    i have new design to saab

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