"Ur-EV-SAAB" returns to Trollhättan as the newest generation approaches production phase

Some 42 years ago, the first SAAB Electric Vehicle saw the light of day in Trollhättan. Developed by then SAAB-Scania, the prototype for the Swedish National Postal Service was ahead of its time in many…

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"Original EV-SAAB" to return to Trollhättan, new visual identity coming

On the same day NEVS launched a new landing page on their website www.saabcars.com, a press release was issued announcing a press viewing of the first SAAB EV, developed in 1974. The car was recently…

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NEVS Phoenix 3.x-based EV's ready in 2018

NEVS in Trollhättan received a delegation this weekend from their largest customer to date: Panda New Energy. Its owner and chairman Chao Ma visited the SAAB Museum and took part in several meetings at the…

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NEVS receives € 850M order for 20,000 EV's

Only a few weeks after the announcement of the major order for 150,000 Saab 9-3 based EV's by Panda New Energy, NEVS now confirms to have received another significant order. Chinese company Huateng wants to receive…

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First NEVS EV in 2017, 4 new models coming 2018

The fact that NEVS has been very active since they exited reorganization and became debt-free earlier this year can hardly be called a secret anymore. News about new partnerships, additional shareholders, a new factory, added…

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Phoenix in the Netherlands: the first SAAB EV

A top speed of 70 km/h and a range of 65 km. The first 100% electric SAABs rolled off the manufacturing belt in 1974 at a cost of SEK 14 million. Only one of the…

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Back to the future: SAAB Car Museum celebrates 40 years of SAAB history

On Saturday 24 October, the SAAB Car Museum in Trollhättan turns 40. Back in 1975, at the initiative of SAAB-Scania's head of external relations Albert Trommer, a small exhibition in the basement of the SAAB-ANA...

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The NEVS masterplan for SAAB

“The only thing that is different is everything”- that's the way I would summarize what happened when newly formed National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) acquired the main assets of SAAB Automobile AB in June 2012. …

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Turkey to license SAAB 9-3 technology from NEVS

Following announcements from earlier this week, NEVS confirmed yesterday to have signed a new partnership with TÜBITAK, the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey. This cooperation includes licensing SAAB 9-3 technology and the provision…

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Introducing: The SAAB 9-3 Cabriolet MY14

When the first 900 Cabriolet was introduced in 1986, SAAB really turned the market for convertibles upside down. While many other luxury brands tried and produced their own as well with varying progress, SAAB's 900…

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