9-2X: The next-generation 9-2X was slated to be developed on the re-engineered and restyled Subaru Impreza platform, both planned for 2007. But last October, General Motors sold its 20 percent stake in Fuji Heavy Industries, maker of Subaru brand vehicles. That effectively ended any joint-vehicle ventures.
Saab may offer a small vehicle using the Opel Astra platform. There is no timeframe.
9-3 sedan: The 9-3 will be restyled and re-engineered. It will be on GM's Epsilon 2 architecture for the 2009 calendar year. That architecture essentially will be a re-engineered version of GM's front-drive Epsilon architecture. Production will move from Sweden to Ruesselsheim, Germany.
9-3 convertible: The restyled, re-engineered convertible will come out in 2010.
9-3 Sport Combi: The Sport Combi wagon will be restyled, re-engineered and debut in either 2009 or 2010.
9-5 sedan: The sedan and wagon were reskinned this year. The 9-5 will be redesigned, switching to the Epsilon 2 vehicle architecture for the 2009 model year in either 2008 or 2009.
Aero X: This year GM showed the two-seat concept at the Geneva motor show. The coupe's styling will likely influence the next-generation 9-3.
There has been buzz about Saab's doing a roadster on GM's Kappa vehicle architecture, with design cues taken from the Aero X concept. But GM is has no plans to produce any such vehicle for Saab.
9-4X: Saab will develop a small crossover using a mix of the re-engineered Theta (Saturn Vue, Pontiac Torrent) and Epsilon 2 vehicle architectures. The vehicle will debut in either 2008 or 2009 as a 2009 model. Sources close to GM say the vehicle is being called "TE" inside Saab. "TE" stands for Theta-Epsilon.
Mid-sized crossover: There had been talk about a crossover based on GM's new mid-sized Lambda architecture, debuting for the 2008 model year. The architecture is being used for the 2007 GMC Acadia and Saturn Outlook, for example. But sources inside and close to GM say the Lambda architecture will not be shared with Saab.
9-7X: Saab's SUV is headed toward extinction - call it a victim of high gasoline prices.
The 9-7X uses GM's GMT360 SUV architecture. All vehicles on that platform, such as the Chevrolet TrailBlazer and Buick Rainier, are expected to be dropped in the next several years. Sources say the 9-7X will likely be gone by mid-2007.