Saab Car Museum’s collections includes around 120 cars with about 70 of them on display. The first one being the Saab 92001, more known as the Ursaab from 1947. Most of the cars has their history with the company and belongs to categories such as prototypes, test cars, service cars, competition cars and so on. You can see everything from the classic Saab 92 to the prestigious Saab 9-4X and Saab 9-5.
Saab Car Museum’s collections includes around 120 cars with about 70 of them on display. You can see everything from the classic Saab 92 to the prestigeous Saab 9-4X and Saab 9-5.
Saab Car Museum is based in Innovatum District, Trollhättan, in one of Nohab’s old industrial estates. Discover Saab Automobiles story in a modern but industrial environment. The museum opened its doors in 1975, in the basement under the Saab-ANA resale facility. At Saabs 50-year anniversary, a new museum opened up at the Nohab-area where we are still located today, more than 10 years after the bankruptcy of Saab Automobile.
Saab Car Museum is based in Innovatum District, Trollhättan, in one of Nohab’s old industrial estates. Disover Saab Automobiles story in a unique environment in a modern but industrial environment.
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Weekdays: Free parking for 2 hours in the area around the museum. There are also completely free spaces. See map here
Weekends: Free parking for 24 hours.
Parking is registered and payed in the EasyPark app. Area code: 71364
Parking spaces with charging are availble around the museum.
You do not have to book a ticket in advance for your visit. You pay the admission fee at the entrance to the museum when you arrive.
Betala kan du göra med kort eller swish, men inte kontanter.
We do not accept cash, pay with card or the swish app.
Dogs and other pets are not allowed in the museum (with the exception of guide dogs)
You are welcome to take pictures of the cars, but keep in mind that not all visitors want to be one camera.
It is not allowed to sit in the exhibited cars. On all cars in the museum the “see but don’t touch” policy applies.
This is so that we can keep the cars in their best condition possible and preserve the Saab heritage for the future.
See the last built Saabs of different models, including Saab 96 and Saab 95. Also discover a Saab 9-3 Griffin TTID, the last Saab to roll of the production line in Trollhättan.
In October 1986, three Saab 9000 Turbo started in a test that would break all records in terms of speed. After almost three weeks of constant driving the fastest car had driven 100 000 km and Saab had broken multiple world records. Discover more in the exhibition Saab Turbo – In the Long Run.
Discover the entire story, from beginning to end, decade by decade. Svenska Aeroplan Aktiebolaget were founded in 1937 as an aircraft manufacturer, and when the project Saab 92001 began, the Saab car was born. Saabs were sold all over the world until the bankruptcy in 2011.
Saab presented its first concept car in 1985: Saab EV-1, with solar cells on the roof to keep the car chill while parked in warm areas. The next concept wasn’t shown until 2001: Saab 9X which introduced Saabs coming designs. See these and more concept cars from the 2000’s, for example the award winning Saab Aero-X.
Saab has got more than a thousand rally victories, and a hundred of them were big international competitions. See several of the iconic cars from the big rally competitions with Stig Blomqvist, Erik Carlsson, Per Eklund and more.
Ursaaben, or Saab 92001 which is the official name, is the first prototype for the series produced Saab 92, Saabs first model. The project began in 1945 in Linköping, Sweden and has been in Saab’s possesion since. Today you can see the 75+ year old car in our exhibition.