Swedish-Chinese consortium NEVS showed the last instance of the original Saab 9-3 sedan Turbo, production of which ended in 2014. A car odometer which shows only 5 km mileage, will be sold at auction.
Original brand Saab stopped producing cars in 2011, but two years later, the company NEVS restarted production of the 9-3 Aero Sedan vehicles with gasoline engines. In 2013-2014 it collected a total of 420 machines.
The latest Saab 9-3 is equipped with two-liter turbo engine, developing 220 HP and 350 Nm of torque. The engine is paired with sustituyendo automatic transmission.
The car will be on display in the Saab Museum in Trollhattan to Swedish from 7 to 9 June, and the bidding will take place later in 2019. The starting price of the car is not yet known.
The consortium NEVS bought the assets of bankrupt Saab in 2012. In 2016, the new owners of the carmaker stated that they will not produce cars under the original name, as all rights to use the brand and its logo belong to the aerospace company Saab AB. However, the company failed to agree on the possibility of conservation designations 9-3, which is now used for electric cars, manufactured in China.