Nevs has secured enough money to complete 100 cars. Despite reconstruction and economic trouble – it is built cars in Trollhättan again.
It is about 100 cars that will be completed and then goes on sale in the coming months.
– Approximately 100 new Saab 9-3 Aero SportSedan will be sold this spring, says Mattias Bergman, President at National Electric Vehicle Sweden AB For TTELA.
Chief executive Mattias Bergman said: “Even if we complete the talks during this period, we have to get out of the reorganisation. That means settling with all the suppliers.”
About 100 cars were in production at the Trollhattan plant when the assembly lines fell silent in May.
Bergman said National Electric Vehicle had been able to pay salaries and taxes for February with funding from the current owners.
Hong Kong-based National Modern Energy Holdings is majority owner of National Electric Vehicle, with a 78 percent stake; Qingbo Investment owns the rest.
Saab belonged to General Motors until the beginning of 2010 and was later taken over by Spyker; it filed for bankruptcy in December 2011, although the production lines had fallen silent months earlier, and was sold to National Electric Vehicle in June 2012.