Saab fans from Hamburg visited Trollhättan on the weekend. A visit to the factory is obligatory for souvenir pictures in the most beautiful early spring weather. It gets really exciting when you meet a development engineer from NEVS ...
Who is traveling with one of the last 138 vehicles, for a good reason but does not want to see a picture of his Saab on the blog. Because the equipment of the China vehicles differs from the European versions, the conversion of the sedans is still running.
His message for us is clear - and positive. Asked about the Fröberg article on the subject Saab / Mahindra he advises to forget this. In clearer words than what I write on the blog. He sees the current situation of NEVS calmly optimistic and better than it is portrayed in the media. The message at first hand is optimism about the current situation. Captured on Friday in front of the Saab main portal ... I pass it on without evaluation.
The pictures, taken in the best weather in Sweden, paint a picture of normality. Saab prototypes and pre-production vehicles are still on one site at ANA; A 2014 Aero can be viewed in the press center. If you didn't know the current situation, you might think that everything would be fine. Nevertheless, the pictures are beautiful - and balm for our Saab souls. So we show impressions from Saab city on the blog.
Because we just had the topic of the press and careful handling of it - two more publications on the Saab topic.
Saab 900 Cabriolet in Playboy
The Playboy has discovered the Saab 900 convertible, Matthias and Raimund emailed me the information. The current story is topic in the March issue, the owner of the Cabriolet is development engineer at the Ingolstadt car brand. He sympathetically demonstrates good automotive taste with his love for Saab.
Saab market analysis
The Autobild Classic has analyzed the stagnant performance around the Saab classics. It's all about the 900, whose flight has come to an end for the time being.
In principle, what the author writes is correct. However, we are closer to the action with our blogs, so there are a few comments on the topic as a supplement. Our analysis of the current situation, with the experiences of Saab partners and fans, comes this week on our Saab Youngtimer & Classic Blog.