There aren’t a lot of six-wheeled cars out there and often they’re one-of-a-kind mods like this Saab 906 Turbo. It was built by designer Leif Mellberg and it’s the biggest Saab that was ever built. (Well, at least the biggest Saab that’s not Saab Gripen fighter jet).
The car started its life as a 1981 900 GLS, which he then extended by nearly two feet, giving the car a total length of 209 inches. Mellberg wasn’t content to only make his creation longer. He also made it wider, so this 906 Turbo was a beast.
A car this impressive in size needed to have an equally impressive interior, so it’s loaded up with all sorts of features that were very high-end when the car was built back in 1984. It had a video screen, a 16-speaker stereo system, fridge/freezer/heater cabinets, a police radio, and radar detector. You could cruise along in your land yacht with all the comforts of home and evade pesky law enforcement.
This unique car was one of several Mellberg custom builds. He also designed the Saab Gullwing, Mayo, and 900 Speedster. Sadly, the 906 Turbo did not survive. According to Saab Planet, it is now a rusted shell sitting in a junkyard in Varberg, Sweden.