Facing an uncertain future as of late, Saab enters 2010 with mixed signals of the brand's health. After 10 years of being fully-integrated with General Motors, the American automaker sold the Saab brand to Swedish sports car maker Spyker. Mirroring the corporate change for Saab, the product line for the European premium automaker is defined by redesigned flagship sedan and an all-new crossover vehicle. Providing a sign of optimism, an all-new Saab 9-5 has received a long-awaited overhaul. Gaining a boldly handsome exterior based on General Motors Epsilon II platform, the 2010 Saab 9-5 appears as a well-equipped luxury car offered with front-wheel drive and Saab's XWD all-wheel drive. The Saab 9-3 lineup continues to be offered in 2010 as sedan, convertible and SportCombi now offering all-wheel drive in the form of a 9-3X model. The Saab 9-7X sport utility vehicle has been cut from the Swedish vehicle's product line.