|1961 Saab 96 © Martin Bergstrand|
Saab 96 is an automobile from Saab. It was introduced in 1960 and it was produced until 1980. When it was introduced it had a 841 cc, 38 hp three-cylinder two-stroke engine. The front was taken from Saab 93, but the rear was new and gave the 96 more space and a larger rear window. In 1967 the 96V4 with a Ford four stroke 1498 cc V4 engine originally developed for the 1962 Ford Taunus 12M replaced the two stroke 96. The engine produced 65 hp and the car made 0-100 km/h in 16 seconds.