NEVS’ Ambitious Plan: The Covertible, Coupé, and Wagon of the Super Electric Car

Unveiling Nevs' Ambitious Vision: Transforming the Future with the Super Electric Car's Diverse Models

"A Dynamic Quartet: The NEVS Emily GT Range Showcases a Shooting Brake, Sporty Sedan, Coupé, and Cabriolet in Revolutionary Electric Elegance

In the scenic town of Trollhättan, Sweden, the ambitious EV Electra project finds itself in a state of anticipation. Awaiting the city’s decision on a land acquisition proposal, this pause in progress is juxtaposed with the pioneering spirit of NEVS’s Emily GT project, a beacon of innovation in the electric vehicle (EV) sector. Despite the current standstill, the project’s underlying potential to revolutionize the EV market remains undiminished.

The Dawn of NEVS Emily GT

At the core of this saga is the NEVS Emily GT, a marvel in automotive engineering that emerged from the shadows of the former Saab facilities. With its introduction, the Emily GT redefined expectations for electric vehicles, boasting individual wheel motors with a combined output of 653 horsepower and a range of 1000 kilometers, courtesy of a substantial 175 kWh battery. This initial sports sedan model was just a glimpse into NEVS’s broader vision.

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Expanding the Horizon: Additional Body Types!

NEVS’s ambition stretches beyond a single model, with plans for three more variants that promise to diversify the electric vehicle landscape: a sporty shooting brake, an elegant coupé, and a captivating convertible. Each model is envisioned to leverage the Emily GT’s advanced platform, offering distinct driving experiences without compromising on performance or design.

Emily GT Convertible
Emily GT Convertible

The Art of Adaptation: Coupé and Convertible Innovations

The coupé and cabriolet are particularly noteworthy for their proposed 300mm shorter wheelbase, which hints at superior agility and performance. This design choice reflects NEVS’s commitment to innovation, requiring a careful rethinking of the vehicle’s rear structure while maintaining the integrity of its advanced front assembly.

Emily GT Coupe
Emily GT Coupe

Engineering Excellence and Cost Efficiency

Peter Dahl, the project’s lead, emphasizes the technical feasibility of these variants, highlighting the shared components and manufacturing processes that promise cost efficiency without sacrificing quality. This approach not only showcases NEVS’s engineering expertise but also its strategic vision for the project’s development.

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Emily GT Shooting Brake
Emily GT Shooting Brake

The Potential Market Disruptor: Shooting Brake

Among the planned variants, the shooting brake stands out as a potential game-changer in a market segment where large electric wagons are notably rare. This model combines the Emily GT’s impressive performance and range with enhanced practicality, offering a unique proposition in the electric vehicle market.

As negotiations between EV Electra and the city of Trollhättan continue, the automotive world watches eagerly. The realization of these plans could mark a significant milestone in the EV sector, bringing to life models that embody performance, innovation, and a forward-looking approach to electric mobility. The NEVS Emily GT and its envisioned variants represent not just the future of electric vehicles but a commitment to pushing the boundaries of what is possible on the road.

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Goran Aničić
the authorGoran Aničić
For over 10 years, Goran Aničić has been passionately focused on Saab automobiles and everything related to them. His initial encounter with Saab cars took place back in 2003 when the first Saab 9-3 and sedan version were introduced. At that moment, he was captivated by the car's Scandinavian design logic and top-notch engineering, and everything that followed stemmed from that first encounter. Later on, through his work at the editorial team of the Serbian automotive magazines "Autostart" and later "AutoBild," he had the opportunity to engage more closely with Saab vehicles. In 2008, he tested the latest Saab cars of that time, such as the Saab 9-3 TTiD Aero and Saab 9-3 Turbo X. In 2010, as the sole blogger from the region, he participated in the Saab 9-5ng presentation in Trollhättan, Sweden. Alongside journalists from around the world, he got a firsthand experience of the pinnacle of technological offerings from Saab at that time. Currently, Goran owns two Saabs: a 2008 Saab 9-3 Vector Sportcombi with a manual transmission, and a Saab 9-3 Aero Griffin Sport Sedan from the last generation, which rolled off the production line in Trollhättan in December 2011.


  • It’s nice that someone wants Saab to continue.
    These AI renderings are nothing more than fantasy, apart from lacking any of Saab’s design language, nor a logo.
    I’ve been a Saab fan and owner since 1975, and would love to see a Saab EV on sale soon, but I recognise that’s impossible.
    Time to put efforts into trying to keep as many existing cars on the road and in use.

  • Feel sorry to say but we really don’t need another half finished impractical EV all we want is for Saab to be erected from such a sad departure brought on by these stupid GM crooks

  • Will only believe it when I see it. And would appreciate if they could join the exchangeable battery alliance initiated by Nio.

  • I hope this really happened because this car company is one of kind company and cars are one of kind No others car company can get close to this company.I love these cars and own one and always will.

  • Going with sedan-style cars, no crossover/SUV? Strange decision, knowing the N.A. market.
    I wish them success, it’s the only thing i can do.

  • To Mark Atkin> Thank you my friend, completely agree. Whenever I open the bonnet on my sleeper 9-3 and see the Saab Turbo logos my heart takes an extra lovebump.

  • Good to see that NEVS foster the SAAB heritage. This time it is the SAAB-tradition to present concepts that will never reach the market.🤪😂

  • I do like the idea of an electric wagon with these specs, not gonna lie. Probably out of my price range, IF it even makes it to market though, and I’m quite pleased with my Polestar 2, not going to be in the market for awhile, but may be an option to get a used Emily GT wagon at some point.

  • I believe Saab Aerospace own the Saab Name so it’s highly unlikely to appear on a Chinese copy cat car. However the styling has the saab feel about it.
    I Don’t want to see badge engineering as per MG.
    Having driven Saabs since the seventies owners know how they perform and feel on the road. I cannot see this being replicated .

  • To Patrick Fridh >
    Good news in that respect. However majors of the design engineers at Saab were poached by Porsche and other manufacturers.
    Chinese cars will be a significant factor in the European market in less than three years so we may see this copy saab for sale.

  • To Robert Tulk > the Emily GT was designed by Simon Padian and other ex-saab engineers. The only thing Chinese about this Emily GT is money probably.

  • TO Bruce Kwon > problem is the Chinese company is nearly bankrupt so it is unlikely this will go into full production and if it does it will not wear a Saab badge.
    Credit to the saab engineers trying though.

  • TO Robert Tulk > no, EV Electra (Canadian Lebanese company) bought the IP for Emily GT and PONS from NEVS (the chinese), so officially it is not tied to anything China at all.

  • TO Bruce Kwon > it’s sad really that Saab died due to jealousy and no understanding of the marque by GM.
    The rot started in the late eighties . I own a rare saab 93 carlsson but as u know despite Saab engineering they still could not eradicate GM dull underpinning.
    GM. Wanted a prestige badge as a loss leader and nothing else. What they didn’t realise was that Saab engineers were rebuilding the lemon they were given costing GM a fortune. That was the final straw and the plug was pulled..

  • What’s a shooting break? A snooker move? I’ll believe the shooting brake when I see it in the showrooms with a SAAB badge on it.

  • we are April now and the automotive news, future for VE in Europe is bad actually. Europe made a bad, too fast decision to ban petrol engines at 2035, now the Chinese invasion is here already. From this pint of view I think the decision to start a 100% VE activity in Trollhattan is very unlikely to happen. Several industries are already winding back to petrol cars to rescue their business. VEs are too expensive for most people.and with the actual technologies,not a progress for our environmental.
    So probably Europe will revoke it’s decison of 100% VE even only to rescue european automotive industry.

    • This is the absolute truth, just today the CEO of Toyota, the largest car manufacturer in the world (11.3 million vehicles sold last year), indicated that they will not give up diesel either and that they are continuing to develop these engines, along with hybridization. And also, of Toyota’s 11.3 million vehicles sold last year, only 0.9% were electric cars.

  • Give up.. It won’t happen!!
    And it’s not even NEVS who owns the car. It’s EV Electra from Lebanon.. With a golden mosque as a front decoration.

  • Ehh… Ev Electra lär aldrig producera sin Emily GT i Trollhättan. Kolla på deras övriga projekt som aldrig blivit något.. Och Saab kommer aldrig tillverka en bil igen om man lyssnar på Saab gruppen som äger själva märket. Föresten, skickar med en bild på EV Electras prototyp.. Blir nog snyggt med den gyllene moske fronten på Emily GT, med tanke på att det är EV Electras signum o märke..

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