Evergrande brings 15 models to 5 years. Enough work for Trollhättan. Photo Credit: NEVS

15 new models in the next 5 years of Evergrande

Evergrande and NEVS rely on proven service providers when it comes to the development of the future model range. In the next 5 years, 15 will be launching new vehicles. Starting with luxury sports cars via autonomous pods to the middle class. The former

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Ex Saab factory, today NEVS-Evergrande in Trollhättan. Picture: NEVS

NEVS-Evergrande is looking for 8000 developers worldwide

NEVS main shareholder Evergrande is making headlines in China. To pursue its ambitious goals, the company is looking for developers worldwide on a large scale. 8.000 new jobs are to be created in 9 countries. Besides China, the location is called Sweden. And the old Europe

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Chassis Architecture 2.0 from Benteler. Photo: Benteler

NEVS-Evergrande buys chassis architecture from FEV-Benteler

Evergrande Neoenergy has acquired the chassis architecture 3.0 from Benteler International and the FEV Group. The purchase of German technology announced the subsidiary of the Evergrande Group yesterday. This gives the company access to what is probably the most advanced architecture

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Koenigesegg Jesko in Hong Kong. Photo: Koenigsegg / Oskar Bakke

Koenigsegg commits Selipanov and opens Design Studio

Koenigsegg has experienced a rapid development in recent years. With the entry of NEVS, the company is prepared for further expansion. Due to the commitment of the former Bugatti designer Sasha Selipanov, the manufacturer from Ängelholm now rises in each

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The Sion, as he should go into production. Photo Credit: Sono Motors

Back to the future on the way to Sono Motors

A Tuesday morning in July. The traffic on the A9 in the direction of Munich is getting tough. I'm on my way to Sono Motors. The electric car Startup has moved into its new headquarters in the north of the state capital, and I'm pretty curious to see what happens to me

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Koenigsegg Jesko 2019 in Geneva. Picture: Koenigsegg

Koenigsegg starter model from 2020 from Trollhättan

Since NEVS took over an 20% share of Koenigsegg AB, the tension is increasing. A new entry-level model of the Swedish manufactory will be produced from 2020 in the former Saab factory. Smaller, more electrified and cheaper than the well-known sports cars from Ängelholm. In which

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