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New Promo Video for “Turkish Saab”

Turkish national car based on Saab 9-3

Initiated by Abdul Hamid II, the dream of manufacturing local automobiles was postponed due to the tragic ending of the local brand Devrim (Revolution) in 1961. But a few months ago, Turkish Tübitak (the Scientific Technological Research Council of Turkey) bought the intellectual property rights for platforms that belong to Saab from Nevs.

The Turkish “national car” project would be based on the Saab 9-3 platform with close cooperation with Nevs  engineers about the manufacturing. Prototypes which sparked widespread debate over their originality were made in Sweden and purchased for 40 million euros ($45 million). Here is new promo video for Turkish Saab – future Turkish domestic car under its own brand:

One thought on “New Promo Video for “Turkish Saab”

  1. Sandy

    This is great news for us current NG9-3 owners. More parts available to keep our cars running.
    The drivetrain is unknown, but the engine looks higher in the engine bay than ours.
    Maybe electric and/or hybrid…???
    Follow this I will!


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