SAAB 1955

92 A (2cyl, 764 cc, 28 h.p.; wb: 247 cm)
93 (3 cyl, 748 cc, 33 h.p.; wb: 244.8cm) – introduction
 


Niektóre źródła podają 20152 szt modelu 92 do 1956.

Saab 93 z umieszczonym podłużnie 3-cylindrowym, dwusuwowym silnikiem o pojemności 748 cm³ i mocy 33 KM. 401 cm długości, nowa krata wlotu powietrza, pompa wody w układzie chłodzenia.


An electric fuel pump and square rear lamps installed in the rear wings are modifications for the 1955 model year but were first introduced on chassis no. 11,001. Standard colours are now grey, maroon and a new moss green.

The Saab 93 was introduced in Dec 1955 but production of the 92B continue alongside its successor. 5,163 examples of the 92B were built this year.


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The Saab 93 was announced on 18 August 1955 in response to press speculation regarding the development of a three-cylinder, two-stroke engine. The 1st December 1955 saw the presentation of the new model. The extensive re-engineering incorporate a longitudinally mounted three cylinder 748cc two-stroke engine developing 33hp. Coil springs replaced torsion bars and a 12-volt electrical system is fitted. The 93 feature a completely new three-speed gearbox.


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Erik Carlsson gets to be 'on the roof' with all Sweden and wins the country's most important dependability contest, the Rikspokalen, in a Saab 92.

 


Eric Carlsson and Sten Helm after they won Rikspokalen.