This is the reworked Saab 9-5 and Saab 9-3, the rights to which were bought by Chinese car maker BAIC last year.
The cars, which will be sold through BAIC's Beijing Auto Works (BAW) division, were unveiled at Friday's Beijing motor show, and is billed as the C71 Concept.
The C71 is based on the 9-5 and has been launched as electric concept car, which uses a drop in battery that can be replaced in around two minutes. It has a claimed 93 mile range, 110kW and 188lb ft of power.
The C60 is a more straightforward reworking of the 9-3 and will go on sale imminently.
BAIC paid $200 million (£130m) to GM for the previous generation Saab 9-5 platform, the pre-2006 Saab 9-3 platform, a third mystery platform, two engines and two transmissions.