A makeover for the Saab 9-3 saloon comes this summer, with Sport Wagon estates following in a year's time. The redesigned versions have already been shown to industry insiders and consumer focus groups at private viewing sessions, and now they've been caught out testing. These updated 9-3s - saloon, Sport Wagon and cabriolet - will freshen up the range until the all-new generation comes in 2010. The 9-3 gains a front end influenced by that of the Aero X concept car, which also resembles the design of the larger 9-5, albeit without the controversial chrome-ringed headlights. It gets a new grille and bonnet with wraparound headlights; the saloon gets redesigned LED taillights to the rear, though the Sport Wagon's remain little changed. We hear that a new engine will come in 2008: a 290bhp turbocharged version of the current 2.8 V6, fitted in combination with four-wheel-drive. Expect also upgrades and general tweaks to the continuing 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol and 1.9-litre diesels. The new-look Sport Wagon range will include a Volvo XC70-style crossover-type version. This will get the new V6, AWD, raised suspension and perhaps chunkier off-roader-type styling as well.