National Electric Vehicle Sweden
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National Electric Vehicle Sweden AB, abbreviated as NEVS, is a Swedish holding company that has acquired the assets of Saab from a bankruptcy estate in 2012. The company focuses on the development of electric vehicles.
|Kai Johan Jiang (Chairman)|
Stefan Tilk (President)
Number of employees
|504 (February 2016)|
NEVS will be the trademark of the company’s products including the first electric vehicle based on the 9-3 platform with start in 2017. On 21 June 2016, NEVS announced they will no longer use the Saab trademark.
On 31 August 2012, NEVS acquired the main assets of the Saab Automobile bankruptcy estates. In December 2015 the company signed a strategic collaboration agreement with the Chinese company Panda New Energy Co, an energy vehicle leasing company that focuses on limiting emissions. According to the agreement, NEVS will provide Panda with 150,000 9-3 sedan electric vehicles until the end of 2020. NEVS signed a battery contract with Contemporary Amperex Technology in 2017. In 2017, DiDi, a Chinese transportation network company, announced a 4 billion SEK investment in NEVS.
Owners and ManagementEdit
NEVS currently only sells vehicles in China.
- 9-3 (2012-2015 (under Saab name), 2017-present (under NEVS name), a compact electric sedan based off the Saab 9-3.
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