The all-new 2011 Saab 9-5 sedan has been well received by critics since its debut last year. With styling based on the 2006 Saab Aero-X concept car, the new 9-5 looks clean and muscular and recognizable as a Saab from the first glance. Inside it's much the same, with a smartly organized interior layout that's both modern and familiar, right up to the pushbutton ignition nestled between the front seats. Under the hood is either a 300-horsepower turbocharged V-6 coupled to the company's excellent all-wheel-drive system, or a 2.0-liter turbo that drives the front wheels. Competitively priced to cars like the Audi A6 and BMW 5 Series, the new 9-5 is also bigger.

This year, Saab will round out the 9-5 lineup with an all-new wagon version. Called the SportCombi, the new wagon was teased ahead of its Geneva debut. Only the rear end is shown in the shot, but it's enough to see that the new SportCombi builds on Saab's reputation for producing wagons that are arguably more attractive than its sedans. The rear window treatment is especially attractive, and the wraparound effect gives the SportCombi more of a hatchback feel than an actual wagon. Inside is a cargo area complete with multiple underfloor configurations, including a sealed-off wet storage area.

Prices aren't settled yet, but you'll be able to order your 9-5 SportCombi in March, with deliveries starting in September.