A Swedish car publication has revealed on the internet that car maker Saab has reopened its principal manufacturing plant situated in Trollhättan, Sweden. Information and facts are limited; however the reports suggest that Saab’s brand new owners who are National Electric Vehicle Sweden commonly known as NEVS, who now have 180 personnel presently employed with the facility.
The publication continued further more to imply that production testing is currently being conducted in readiness to the re-launch of the new Saab 9-3 (pictured). The revived 9-3 design would start production the following month according to the Swedish magazine, and it might be offered both in sedan and convertible car forms.
It’s extremely probable that this revived Saab9-3 will stay the same as the previous design but will ultimately acquire a face lift according to a NEVS official.
The Saab 9-3 will most probably be powered by a number of regular combustion engines alternatives initially. An electrical driven version is presently in development and may even surface the coming year.