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NEVS’ Optimism Shines: The Future of Emily GT in a Shifting Automotive Landscape

NEVS CEO Nina Selander's insights on the Emily GT's potential, resilience, and the growing interest in sustainable mobility.

NEVS CEO Nina Selander is optimistic about finding new buyers for the Emily GT project. The innovative electric vehicle continues to attract growing interest from the automotive industry.

A New Chapter for NEVS: Emily GT’s Journey

In a recent interview, NEVS CEO Nina Selander expressed her optimism about finding a new buyer for the Emily GT project. Despite the recent cancellation of the Electra deal, Selander highlighted the increasing interest in Emily GT, suggesting a bright future ahead. This article delves into the latest developments surrounding NEVS and the innovative Emily GT, shedding light on the company’s resilience, strategic moves, and the growing fascination with their electric vehicle.

The Heart of Emily GT: Innovation and Emotion

Emily GT represents more than just a vehicle; it embodies the spirit of innovation and emotional connection. Selander described the car as a family member, reflecting the deep passion and dedication that the NEVS team has poured into its creation. The design and technology behind Emily GT are meticulously crafted, aiming to deliver a unique driving experience that resonates with both the heart and mind of the driver.

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The electric vehicle market is highly competitive, but Emily GT stands out with its distinct character and advanced features. From its sleek design to its cutting-edge technology, every aspect of Emily GT is designed to offer an unparalleled driving experience. The car’s ability to evoke strong emotions is a testament to the NEVS team’s commitment to excellence and innovation.

Overcoming Challenges: A Testament to Resilience

Selander candidly discussed the challenges NEVS has faced, particularly the recent setback with the Electra deal. However, she emphasized that these challenges have only strengthened the team’s resolve. “We lay the past behind us and focus on the future,” Selander stated, highlighting the company’s forward-thinking approach.

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NEVS Emily GT: A Testament to Innovation and Legacy - Featuring revolutionary wheel motors, a powerful 170 kWh battery for over 1000 km range, and dynamic driving experience, poised for production in Saab's historic Trollhättan factory.
NEVS Emily GT: A Testament to Innovation and Legacy – Featuring revolutionary wheel motors, a powerful 170 kWh battery for over 1000 km range, and dynamic driving experience, poised for production in Saab’s historic Trollhättan factory.

The ability to bounce back from adversity is a hallmark of NEVS’ culture. The team’s resilience is fueled by their passion for innovation and the support of a dedicated community of Saab enthusiasts. This unwavering support has been a source of inspiration, driving the team to continue pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the electric vehicle industry.

Sustainable Vision: The Future of Mobility

NEVS is committed to sustainability, and Emily GT is a reflection of this vision. The car features an electric drivetrain, innovative technologies, and eco-friendly materials, positioning it as a leader in the shift towards sustainable mobility. “We believe in our product and its potential to lead the way in the electric vehicle market,” Selander asserted.

Sustainability is not just a buzzword for NEVS; it is a core value that drives their innovation. The company’s focus on creating environmentally friendly vehicles is aligned with global efforts to reduce carbon emissions and combat climate change. Emily GT is poised to make a significant impact in this regard, offering a glimpse into the future of sustainable transportation.

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Business Strategy and Investor Confidence

Selander discussed the concrete business plan that NEVS has developed, emphasizing transparency and strategic planning. “We have been very open about our business case and research,” she noted, adding that the company is in active discussions with potential investors. The interest from investors with significant capital further underscores the viability and appeal of Emily GT.

Sneak Peek into the Future: NEVS Emily GT Prototype Making Waves on the Test Track

NEVS’ strategic approach involves a combination of innovation, transparency, and robust business planning. This strategy has garnered the attention of investors who recognize the potential of Emily GT to disrupt the electric vehicle market. The company’s openness about their plans has fostered trust and confidence among stakeholders, paving the way for future growth and success.

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The Growing Fascination with Emily GT

The cancellation of the Electra deal has ironically generated more media attention and interest in Emily GT. Selander revealed that the product’s visibility has increased significantly, with many new stakeholders expressing interest. “The product has grown stronger in the past six months,” she remarked, indicating a positive trajectory for Emily GT’s future.

The increased attention and interest in Emily GT are reflective of the car’s unique appeal and the strength of NEVS’ brand. As more people become aware of the vehicle’s innovative features and emotional resonance, the demand for Emily GT is expected to rise. This growing fascination is a testament to the car’s potential to become a game-changer in the electric vehicle market.

The NEVS Emily GT, according to Top Gear's Tom Ford, feels like a normal electric super saloon with fast acceleration, precise steering, and impressive handling capabilities, making it a truly remarkable driving experience.
The NEVS Emily GT, according to Top Gear’s Tom Ford, feels like a normal electric super saloon with fast acceleration, precise steering, and impressive handling capabilities, making it a truly remarkable driving experience.

A Bright Future Ahead

Emily GT is not just a car; it is a symbol of passion, innovation, and resilience. NEVS, under the leadership of Nina Selander, is poised to navigate the challenges and seize new opportunities in the ever-evolving automotive landscape. With a solid business plan, increasing investor interest, and a unique product that resonates with drivers, the future of Emily GT looks promising.

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The journey of Emily GT reflects NEVS’ commitment to excellence and sustainability. As the company continues to innovate and adapt, Emily GT is set to become a cornerstone of the electric vehicle market. The enthusiasm and optimism surrounding this project are clear indicators that NEVS is on the right path towards a successful and impactful future in the automotive industry.

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.

23 Comments

  • How did NEVS get the sale process to “ev electra” so wrong? company background checks on finances etc is basic stuff…
    Hopefully the future reincarnation can eventuate.

  • One observation: I have noticed a significant change in the design language of new cars over the last two years, in particular those from China, in the sedan segment; away from kitsch and ornamentics, towards a sleak and streamlined, elegant shape. See Nio ET7, Avatr 12, Lynk & Co Z10, etc. The Emily GT design fits into this trend, making the car even more interesting for potential investors.

  • Who knows, maybe this publicity with EV Electra was “the kick” NEVS needed to sell Emily GT. Free publicity so to say 😁

    • It´s impossible to even try to make him understand I already tried this once. Anyone who knows anything about the history of Saab Automobile and NEVS and the people who work there today know that this is the very last of Saab Automobile. They still have a lot of the Saab heritage left and they really try to save as much as possible.

  • TO Marcelo Aguiar >
    because it’s not a Saab, but a “NEV’S” plain and simple. Saab went bankrupt years ago.

  • To Michael Kristensen >
    look, I love Saab and I’m also sad they went bankrupt. I know being owned by the Chinese does complicate things, but NEVS *is* Saab, effectively. Same people, same dna. Don’t you think?
    Is Volvo still Volvo?

  • To Marcelo Aguiar >
    a volvo is not a volvo anymore its sold and they are using Volvos name to build shitty chinise cars

  • To Marcelo Aguiar >
    then a Porsche, Volkswagen, Lamborghini an so on is an Audi🤷‍♂️
    So no,sorry.
    Saab is a chapter in history today.
    That NEVS uses Saab’s name is a shame for Saab’s history and should be banned, if NEVS had been called Saab, it would also have been a shame because they are not true to the design that Saab stands for.🤷‍♂️

  • Don’t even bother… SAAB is dead and won’t be back, and it’s the same with the Emily concept..

  • To Patrick Hagström >
    You are making hasty conclusions there are still 3-4 investors who are still interested in Emily GT but it is not because they have stopped all collaboration with EV Electra that I will not see The day wait for nevs to reach an agreement with one of the interested investors otherwise the project will continue independently

  • saab is voor goed verdwenen, saab komt nniet meer terug, saab fabriek sta nu leeg volvo heeft de saab fabriek overgenomen

  • With the cancellation of the deal with Ev Electra, how come the Ev Electra site is announcing ‘Our Emily became Gaza GT’ with pictures of Emily GT all over the place ?

  • After the failure to find a credible owner to the car project, the CEO should let more competent persons to find a suitable owner!

  • Saab didn’t go bankrupt..general motors was… so Saab was a victim…along with Holden. Strangely one of my Saab’s was built in Germany and the engine was built in Port Melbourne

  • Made by Saab people in the Saab offices hired by a company that was Saab after reconstruction, built on a platform developed from scratch by Saab. It even looks like a modern 9000.
    So it’s a Saab in everything by name. More of a Saab than the 9-7X and other GM crap.

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