Trued and a Beeemer,
will NOT happen, sorry….
This is what I thought a year ago, now I know I was wrong.
Will NOT happen, is not a good answer, most of us don’t know much about what will happen!!!
And quoting Yoda:
“Difficult to see. Always in motion is the future..”
Red J commented on the post, Press Release: Nevs grows with two Chinese strategic part owners 2 days, 12 hours ago
Rumours where talking about an agreement with a technology partner to develop the NEVS platform and build cars. This seems to be it. But I know, you where expecting something different based on vapour and rumours. People that still believe in SAAB as a car brand have to wait further till the talks with a new majority owner are…[Read more]
But till now it was only optional, new is that all BMW cars will have an GPS unit, you won’t be able to buy one without.
And yes, I know that assurances want to get us to put a black box in our cars so they have a proof if they don’t want to pay in case of an accident.
I’ve heard something similar about autonomous driving cars. If politicians are stupid enough and allow those cars on the roads, the problem will be what happens to the unpredictable cars driven by humans? Best is not to allow human driven cars on the roads. So it will become illegal to drive a car, but only to save you from your incapacity to…[Read more]
If you own an Android Smartphone, Google already knows all that stuff about you !!
And I’ve also heard that all new BMW Models will be fitted with a GPS, which will show yo how to get to your destiny, but it also can record all your travels without you knowing about it.
The Board of Directors haven’t had a meeting yet, where such a decision could be taken, this is the official statement from NEVS.
As I couldn’t get a second source that confirms that, I preferred not to talk about it. At the end of the day Stefan Tilk is a Volvo executive and not Volvo PV (the car company) and it looks like it is an old friend…[Read more]
Yes, you’re right.
#1 would allow us to see new SAAB branded cars on the roads, contracts #2 and #3 are only further income possibilities, or in the case contract #1 can’t be fulfilled #2 and #3 means that NEVS won’t be an OEM any more but a contract supplier.
The plant capacity is about 190k cars per year.
The point is that most car companies are building their cars as locally as they can, at least those models that have success in those markets, therefore the question is, who needs production capacity for Europe?
JLR, Volvo, BMW, any brand from the Volkswagen group? Or maybe Qoros while they try to…[Read more]
Angelo I think you got me wrong.
There is one party interested on being a majority owner of NEVS in order to build in Trollhättan cars based on the Phoenix Platform.
There is also a further party that wants to invest on the Phoenix platform so they can also develop cars based on the Phoenix platform, no matter if NEVS does it or no.
And a third…[Read more]
I’ve heard about the Volvo plans for the short/mid term, and it doesn’t seem like they need further production capacity in Europe.
They will produce locally in China and the US (rumours) so don’t think it is Volvo. But if the other two are M&M and Dongfeng, then any European car maker is “someone close” 😉
As no one had submitted objections to the plans from NEVS to pay their creditors the district court in Vänersborg has approved the application from NEVS to leave reorganization. From now on NEVS has 60 days to pay […]
the history has told that GM was not as devil as many think.
Yes, they did not understand SAAB and the Swedish way of doing things, but also Yes, they managed to streamline a quite chaotic production system that was producing cars at a loss.
A friend of mine told me yesterday that the history of SAAB Automobile was paved with mistakes,…[Read more]
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