In a comment to P4 Väst Mattias Bergman says that “- The cars are still 14 model year from when production was stopped. Now we are pursuing another hundred cars coming onto the market”.
Further in the article P4 Väst says that Nevs already now has money to survive February, like money for salaries and taxes for example.
Some of the way Nevs get money in (like we at SU earlier has written) is on spare-parts production (to Orio), work in the laboratories and the technology development center for other companies. The gap between income and expenses is filled by the current owners from month to month.
About the progress in the reconstruction P4 Väst writes that Nevs estimate that they most likely will apply to a extension of the reconstruction when it ends in the beginning of Mars.
If someone like to read the original article in Swedish, you will find it here: http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=125&artikel=6085765
Since Nevs still is in reconstruction, they have to get money from somewhere, and sell some unfinished cars is one way to this. This is NOT a restart of the ordinary production that was stopped in May last year, this is as I see it completing cars that already is in the factory, similar to that ANA did in their shop when Saab went into bankruptcy December 2011. And as mentioned over, this is NOT a new model, this is the 2014 9-3 Aero with the same specifications like before the production-stop. Personally I think this is a good way to get some fresh money in to the reconstruction, I hope people know their time and buy a new Saab if they have plans to get a new car. Regarding how the cars is going to be