Trollhättan remains an automotive location after the end of Saab car production. General Motors books development work for Chevrolet and German Opel derivatives. Jaguar and Land Rover, as well as Scania and Volvo (trucks) are among the customers. And are there more clients who do not necessarily want to be named. A video from Trollhättan shows us what else is going on. After work, at leisure. He comes from Magnus Johansson, is quite up to date, and shows an electric Saab.
Friends in Sweden to know my Johansson and also his automotive background. Johansson was a development engineer at Saab Automobile AB, a member of the Nordisk Elbil Union and now works for Wilhelmsen Technical Solutions. In his free time he “tinkers” with friends from “Elbil Sverige” on an electric Saab. The 9-3 has now completed its first “roll-out” with minor difficulties, as you can see on the video.
So it's not NEVS 'secret development workshop, which is hidden somewhere in Trollhättan, nor is it the first prototype of the investor rolling through the picture. It is an electric Saab, developed in a craft workshop in the middle of Trollhättan. What a Saab-crazy city!
More pictures of the E-Saab project and videos in the Photostream by Magnus Johansson. Thanks to Kay for mail!
Picture: Magnus Johansson