Good news comes from Trollhättan. Today it was time again for the future of the Saab Museum, and there is a gratifying result. The museum bearers, the Trollhättan commune, the Saab AB, the Västra Götland region and several representatives of Saab veterans met today in the Bilmuseum to discuss the future of the historical collection.
It was attended by representatives of NEVS, who are not among the bearers of the museum. Matthias Bergman, NEVS CEO, emphasized that he wanted to actively use the museum in the future and to help shape the future. For example, as a framework for events with dealers and the press from home and abroad, Bergman said to the local newspaper in Trollhättan.
NEVS, it is becoming increasingly clear, wants to continue the brand tradition. If you wanted, you could already see the first similarities between Saab Tradition and Saab Zukunft last week. In the production of the first vehicle under NEVS direction was museum curator Peter Bäckström among the invited guests. In a short ceremony he cut the symbolic band.
Good news for the museum to be supported by NEVS. Whether there will be direct donations or whether NEVS only pays for booked events in the museum building is still unclear. The former Saab collection urgently needs every crown, and all help is welcome. Although the Saab Veterans Association is actively supporting all types of 1.200 members, this is not enough to get the big collection.
And it's a good little sign for the brand. Saab Tradition lives on, even among the new owners.