E in DC commented on the post, BREAKING NEWS: NEVS Halts production due to financial problems 2 months, 1 week agoIn reply to: View
They don’t have enough cash flow to float 6 cars a day? Clearly, it’s costing them a lot more to make each car than they’re selling them for. Ughh…
Any bets on the OEM(s) they have on deck?
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That’s promising. I could see them gradually and carefully expanding across Scandinavia, then possibly to other adjacent markets in Europe. Of course, the whole time following whatever strategy they have cooked up for China. I think it’s key for them at this stage (especially) to keep supply closely aligned with demand. If funding is…[Read more]
E in DC commented on the post, NEVS creates deals with 20 Dealers in Sweden to sell Saab cars 3 months, 2 weeks ago
I wonder if they’re starting to give thought to additional marketing and the dealer ‘experience’, even if just in Sweden.
E in DC commented on the post, First version of the electrical drivetrain ready for the 9-3 sedan 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Ditto. Would be very difficult for me in the city as well.
Read an interesting article about how lack of leasing options hampered Saab, and is hampering Volvo. I’ll be listening closely for news on this front on Monday.
Ha, one of my all time best typos!
Wagon/gas/manual tyranny in the US and I’m in!
So, what’s the latest on the relationship between Saab cars (NEVS) and Saab parts? Still seems like NEVS should bring them back into the fold. Although, a tight-knit partnership would have the same effect for […]
E in DC commented on the post, SR P4 West publishes images of 9-3 Phoenix *Updated 1 year, 5 months ago
I think it looks awesome. I love the look and (potential) utility of the hatchback. NEVS should be all over this.