The District court approves Nevs’ application for reorganization


To create more time for negotiations Nevs applies for reorganization


Nevs’ Electric Vehicle shown today


Information from Nevs


Status update from Nevs


The first Saab cars delivered to partners in Sweden


Nevs and Orio AB sign agreement on global spare parts supply for the new Saab cars


Morgan Fransson appointed head of Manufacturing from 1st March.


Production of Saab 9-3 Aero Sedan has started in Trollhättan


Media Invitation to Nevs start of production


The first pre-series car assembled today


Mattias Bergman appointed acting President of Nevs


Nevs’ sister company increases the production of batteries in China


New visual identity to extend the Saab car brand


Qingdao to become NEVS’ strategic gateway to China for Saab cars


NEVS owner opens battery plant in China


National Electric Vehicle Sweden AB has finalized acquisition of the Saab Automobile bankruptcy estates


National Electric Vehicle Sweden AB acquires the main assets of Saab Automobile

Nevs in media

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Free i News: Saab to reintroduce 9-3 SportCombi as Phoenix development continues

The saga of Saab goes to show that you can't keep a good automaker down. Founded back in 1947 (the same year, incidentally, as Ferrari, TVR and Maserati defector OSCA), Saab split off from its...
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Clean Technica: 2014 Saab 9-3 Aero Electric - Production Of First Electric Saab Begins In Sweden

Production has now begun on the first electric Saab model - the 9-3 Aero electric sedan - according to recent reports.
Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Automotive World: Nevs and Orio AB sign agreement on global spare parts supply for the new Saab cars

National Electric Sweden AB, Nevs, has ensured the spare parts supply for the newly manufactured
Thursday, April 10, 2014

Autoblog: Saab begins 9-3 EV pilot production

To say that Saab has had a tough time lately would be like saying that it's been a little colder than usual this winter. After General Motors finally gave up and sold it to Spyker in 2010, Saab declared bankruptcy the following year. GM successfully blocked Spyker from selling Saab to Chinese automaker Youngman the following year, but ultimately it ended up in the hands of another Chinese consortium called NEVS. Standing as it does for National Electric Vehicle Sweden, the new owners promised not only to restart production of the long-suffering 9-3, but also to turn it into an electric vehicle. And that's just what it's doing.

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