From the NYC auto show.
The ribbon-like roof detail is not adding much to the aestehtic but the front end is working nicely. The details just need to be tightened down; it looks a little puffy. Also, while the design is compelling it could be made by any number of manufacturers and seems to me to be disconnected from what makes a Saab a Saab.
I had the Breville blender for a while but the way it was assembled made the bottom cap difficult to tighten enough to keep it from leaking. I thought I'd never try another Breville small electric again but this slow cooker might force me to change my mind. The easy sear feature seems like it would be perfect for stew cuts and short ribs and the form is far superior to anything else. Historically squarish slow-cookers have had temperature irregularities in the center and corners...I wonder if they got around that.