Museum gets the first NEVS 9-3
December 5, 2013 in News
There has been a lot of debate on what the plan is for the first series built 9-3 from NEVS, some private customers have placed bids on the car and rumors also floated that the car was going to a close relative to one of the managers of the company.
But today Mattias Bergman, CEO, confirmed to SaabsUnited that NEVS plans to follow the long tradition of Saab Automobile AB to put the first car of each series in the Saab Cars Museum in Trollhättan, where it will join DJA880 (the last car Saab Automobile AB built) and the rest of the collection.
However before this happens the car will take place in a certification process in China. Most of the cars in the museum has a significant amount of km’s on the meeter so this is nothing unusual.
We at SU are very happy about this decision since it is something that we have been pushing for a lot with the current management.
For information about the museum please visit: www.saabcarmuseum.se