These shots catch one testing in the Austrian Alps, where NEVS engineers are doing brake testsin Austria this summer. At one of their recent road tests, they filmed the proceedings so they could capture the spectacular scenery en-route.
The settings were the breath-taking downhill courses at the Grossglockner in the Austrian Alps. Nevs 9-3 cars were used to thoroughly examine the brake pads, putting them under extreme duress on some of the most challenging driving conditions in Europe.
The first tests were made on the Grossglockner under outstanding weather conditions, and Add to all this, the smattering of holiday traffic and cyclists, and you can imagine that you need some seriously good friction to stop you quickly, and keep you and other road users safe.
As you probably already know, in start, NEVS 9-3 EV will be available to Chinese consumers. The NEVS 9-3 will be available to Chinese consumers in 2018. Then they will start launching a brand new portfolio of electric cars as well as expanding their geographical presence.