Secret Investors to Meet with NEVS for Emily GT Project: Exciting Prospects for Trollhättan’s Automotive Industry

Unveiling the Future: Secret Investors Gather for NEVS' Emily GT and PONS Projects in Trollhättan

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

Intrigue and anticipation fill the air in Trollhättan as undisclosed investors prepare to converge for a pivotal meeting with NEVS (National Electric Vehicle Sweden) regarding the much-discussed Emily GT and PONS projects. The potential acquisition of these projects, along with the ambitious plan of manufacturing automobiles at the Stallbacka factory, are set to take center stage during this momentous week.

The Mysterious Gathering

A veil of secrecy surrounds the upcoming meeting, leaving many intrigued individuals and automotive enthusiasts on the edge of their seats. Notable figures, including NEVS CEO Nina Selander, Svante Andersson from Stenhaga Invest (the prospective property owner), and the local municipal council members Peter Eriksson and Monica Hanson, are among the participants slated to attend the meetings. While reporters from the local magazine Ttela attempted to extract confirmation about the investors’ impending visit, the responses were shrouded in ambiguity.

Nina Selander, the CEO of NEVS, opted not to divulge specifics, stating, “Don’t want to say exactly.” Similarly, Peter Eriksson acknowledged the collective presence but remained evasive, stating, “Of course we are going to the same meeting.

Emily GT’s Stealthy Evolution

The Emily GT project has remained shrouded in secrecy from its inception, creating a buzz of anticipation among automotive enthusiasts. Now, this clandestine endeavor has found a potential buyer, igniting further curiosity within the automotive community. The undisclosed investors, NEVS’s visionary CEO, and local municipal leaders will converge in what promises to be a defining week.

Toward the Future

After a flurry of news articles and features chronicling NEVS’s endeavors, the question of what lies ahead for the company and its groundbreaking electric vehicle, Emily GT, looms large. It appears that the answer to this question will be unveiled in the coming month, with the eagerly awaited announcement scheduled to occur soon.

Svante Andersson, the prospective owner of the Stallbacka factory, holds a crucial piece of the puzzle. He hinted at the magnitude of the upcoming development, stating, “I know who they are, but it’s not something I want to talk about. It will come from NEVS, but I can say that they will utilize a significant portion of the factory. They will also need to hire a substantial number of employees.”

Andersson, a notable motoring enthusiast who owns a car company and the Kinnekulle Ring racing track, expressed his excitement, calling this endeavor “the greatest happiness for all of us.” His hands-on experience with the Emily GT further underscores its potential, with him stating, “It is a fantastic car. I have had the privilege of testing it myself.”

Nina Selander’s diligent efforts have undoubtedly played a pivotal role in bringing the Emily GT project to this juncture. Her strategic public relations plan, implemented when she assumed the role of CEO, has been instrumental in keeping the project alive and garnering global attention. The project, which evolved from a mere aspiration into a world-renowned concept, garnered significant interest following its public unveiling. Further details are expected to emerge soon, with the official announcement slated for August.

Reviving Saab’s Legacy

The intrigue surrounding the investors’ visit has further fueled speculations about the future of the Emily GT and PONS projects. These electric vehicle projects are poised to undergo continued development in Trollhättan, with plans solidifying for a series production within the hallowed halls of Saab’s former factory. This move not only rejuvenates the legacy of Saab’s automotive heritage but also augments Trollhättan’s stature as a burgeoning hub of electric vehicle innovation.

As the weeks unfold, all eyes will remain fixated on Trollhättan, awaiting the momentous announcement that promises to shape the trajectory of both NEVS and the global electric vehicle landscape. With the stage set for this monumental revelation, the automotive world holds its breath in anticipation of the dawn of a new era in Trollhättan’s storied automotive history.


  • Please bring back SAAB! I own a 2006 9-3 20th anniversary edition and I need parts!

    O Michael
    (The Italian)

  • Hello all Saab lovers!
    I would like to express my huge desire that a special day should be organized in Trolhattan when car production starts again.
    Is it possible to make this event happen when our so highly shared dream will come true??
    Thank you to anyone who can do something to achieve this!!!

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