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07 12 2017 02

National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS), the Chinese-backed successor of SAAB, has been closing multi-billion contracts to sell electric vehicles over the last year, but it didn’t have much to show for until now.

The automaker announced today that its first electric car rolled off the production line at its new Tianjin factory yesterday.

The vehicle is a new all-electric version of the SAAB 9-3 sedan – now called the NEVS 9-3.

They claim that the current facility allows for the production capacity of 50,000 electric vehicles per year and that the second phase will increase the capacity to 220,000 units per year.

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