2005 Saab Aero X

Once conformist automaker <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP006407" title="General Motors" href="/topic/business/automotive-industry/general-motors-ORCRP006407.topic">General Motors</a> purchased nonconformist automaker Saab, GM acted like a dog that, after years of chasing cars, doesn't know what to do when he finally catches one. This explains why GM advertised Saabs as suitable for "the road less traveled," yet the dull Saabs that filled showrooms looked little like the Aero X, a four-wheel drive coupe run by a 400-horsepower twin-turbo V-6 fueled by bio-ethanol. Sob.

Once conformist automaker General Motors purchased nonconformist automaker Saab, GM acted like a dog that, after years of chasing cars, doesn't know what to do when he finally catches one. This explains why GM advertised Saabs as suitable for "the road less traveled," yet the dull Saabs that filled showrooms looked little like the Aero X, a four-wheel drive coupe run by a 400-horsepower twin-turbo V-6 fueled by bio-ethanol. Sob.

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