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To mark start of construction of Nevs’ New energy vehicle factory in China, and the establishment of a R&D-center, a groundbreaking ceremony will be held in Tianjin June 28.

The Tianjin manufacturing plant will be Nevs’ second global production base focused on EVs, initially for the Chinese market. Nevs’ research, development and production will be managed from its headquarters in Trollhättan.

To take the opportunity of Saab Festival and to welcome Saab fans who have travelled all the way to Trollhättan, Nevs is hosting an Open House at itsTechnical Development Center on Friday June 5.

During the one day program from 10.00-16.00, Nevs offers different time slots for a wide range of activities. Visitors will be given a guided lab tour to know how a high-quality vehicle is developed and verified. Our EV program director will also be on-site, presenting the first produced EV. A riding experience with one of our test drivers of the Nevs produced 9-3 Aero Model Year 2014 will be provided on our professional test track.

Nevs offers shuttle transports from Saab Car Museum from 09.45.


Time: Friday June 5th between 10.00-16.00
Venue: Technical Gate, Flygfältsvägen, Trollhättan
First shuttle: kl 09.45 from Saab Car Museum

Kl. 10.00/11.00/12.00/13.00/14.00/15.00:
Lab Tour – 20 min guided tour with introduction on Nevs [...]

Hurrah! Saab is officially back!

Well, sort of. Swedish plant resumes production of the 9-3, and they’re all going to China


It seems our heartfelt obituary to Saab may have been a little premature. News reaches us today that National Electric Vehicle Sweden, Saab’s new owner, has restarted car production at the company’s Trollhättan plant.

Saab 9-3 EV electric prototype shown by NEVS, 2014

Struggling NEVS Shows Off Saab 9-3 Electric Prototype


SAAB can’t seem to catch a break. Tossed like a hot coal in General Motors’ restructuring, its prospects unchanged by Spyker’s purchase and now struggling under Chinese-Swedish firm NEVS, watching the story unfold is like watching an old friend on their death bed.

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