Is it spring that speculation about the Saab plant blossoms?

The week was interesting in terms of media. It was highly speculative, because speculation about the future of the old Saab factory shot up like spring crocuses. The name Polestar provided for possible visions, with a delay in the media. We already reported about it on April 18 (Link), now the relevant media followed suit.

Then there was Emily, the spectacular novelty from NEVS. Emily didn't make as many headlines as Polestar does. Why should it, because NEVS is more or less dead, but Polestar is expanding and has a lot of new developments up its sleeve. But nothing should be ruled out at the moment, because something is also happening in China, with the owner of NEVS. Evergrande Auto is trying out a financial liberation with a transaction worth billions and is putting everything on the electric car.

Welcome to the weekly review from Saab's perspective. We start in Trollhättan, where not only the crocuses flourish, but also the speculation about the old Saab factory.

The Emily Project staged
The Emily Project staged

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