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Saab is calling its updated 9-5 the most technically advanced car it has ever produced. It can run on one of three fuels: gasoline, diesel, or E85 bioethanol. CO2 emissions from the diesel version are as low as 139 g/km. All transmissions are six-speed. The model is painstakingly designed to avoid the "cliché of a four-door coupé look." Compared to its forerunner, the new 9-5 has more legroom and shoulder width. It will be built at Saab's home plant in Trollhättan, Sweden, as new owners prepare to take control of the former GM unit.