At the Saabmuseum there is a covered car. I think that this is the birthday present from NEVS.
After peeking a little bit below the cover and seeing the car that is placed behind, I think that I know what is this car.
The car is the incarnation of a net ghost. I thought I had seen a picture of that car back in 2015, but it was not till this last winter that I found it. In one of my latest posts I talked about it as a picture with no proven authenticity, but now I know that this car exists.
The car is a Turbo tribute version to honour the Saab 99 Turbo. The color is similar to the original cardinal red, the wheels are a modern vision of the inca wheels, and the exhaust note is also similar to the sound of the 99 and 900 Turbo.
The project is a little bit older and started in 2014 when NEVS had its first cash crisis.
This car was shown to a bunch of online media guys in 2016, when they were invited by NEVS to visit them and talk to the future.
Frank Smit had in mind, that NEVS could build 1.000 units and sell them. Well this did not happen and the car willl remain a concept that will remain in the museum.
A last trivia, for that project the guys at NEVS asked Peter Bäckström if he could give them an original 99 Turbo gauge, today Peter got his Turbo gauge back with some interest, as he said.