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A sneak peek at NEVS 9-3 Interior and dashboard

NEVS 9-3 Concept Interior

Tomorrow in Shanghai will be officially presented two new NEVS concepts – EV vehicles based on Saab 9-3 platform.

Some day ago, we saw the real pictures of new NEVS 9-3 Sedan i 9-3x SUV concepts. Today, we have a new photo (actually this is CGI), and it is a picture of the interior of the EV car.

As you can see, and the interior of these concept cars is aslo based on the old Saab model. Yet, There are not only some elements, such as the handlebar lever and the handbrake handle – but, there is a large LED display.

NEVS 9-3 EV Series
NEVS 9-3 EV Series

Certainly,  the CGI shot does not show the details and a true – realistic picture, but we can notice the layout of the elements in the cabin and dashboard.

Let’s wait for tomorrow, and we will see better how these concepts appear in reality.


8 Comments

  • No more quirky cup holder… flat interior and typical modern screen. Not the nicest looking SAAB…

    • it’s a small company trying to start out somewhere, we live in a throw away society where everything must be new, maybe the point of sustainable transport is to use something old and re-purpose it at the least cost?

  • what? It’s not like they are buying up old 9-3s and repurposing them, they are still manufacturing new cars.
    Would make more sense to use a body optimized for an electric powertrain, not to mention that crash safety is constantly improving; the 9-3 is obsolete.

  • no they are repurposing the design, all the major tooling, parts supply and manufacture is already sorted and just needs adjusting, it’s been done within the automotive industry for decades, look at the Korean cars all started out as Vauxhall or gm old models etc… maybe if your a company like Tesla you can start from scratch but Nevs has been passed from pillar to post and just trying to get up and running, don’t see the point in criticism

  • sure, for years obsolete platforms have moved to developing markets, but it isn’t repurposing something here in any meaningful way to be more environmentally friendly. A lot of the suppliers and parts are new on this car too; it’s not clear how much tooling they’ve kept besides body-in-white part stamping. I mean, by all means be a fan of what they are doing, but it’s not a car I’d be interested in if sold in the west. Not really a company I like either, so I don’t see a point in not criticizing.

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