Everything You Need to Know About the NEVS 9-3

Pubblicato il 10 giu 2017
Initial NEVS video: it-tvs.com/tv/video-z-mwwDk5GWQ.html
Well ladies and gents, here it is: the long awaited "replacement" of the Saab 9-3. The NEVS 9-3 is based off of the last of the Saab 9-3s, and shares a similar shape and a few strange features that the Saab 9-3 had. I am certainly excited to see this car once it's in production, and I think NEVS has a chance for something very special! Let me know what you all think down below in the comments. As always, thanks for watching :)
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  • skit ner dig

  • WOW! Complete JUNK!

  • Regardless folks! Saab is on a level of their own! Right? Didn’t they introduce the first LED technology on the 9-3 back in 2008 before car manufacturers started to over exaggerate on almost all vehicles? And no other news sources can explain the miracles of drivers that survived accidents???

    • Quite cool how many little things they pioneered!

  • get those dirty nevs badges off!!! this thing looks incredibly Chinese.... gross.

  • In love with the interior design. But,personal opinion, im really not down for that exterior. I think it's absolutely HIDEOUS!!!

  • It looks like a cheap Chinese trinket GM might sell. 186 mile range? Probably half that in winter? No thanks. When the range improves to compete with existing gasoline engines, I might reconsider. Until then, I'm very happy searching for cheap gas in SAAB 9-3. Good video thanks.

  • Love your 93 sedan 😀

  • Here is the new 9-3 that has been donated to the SAAB museum in Trolhatten. It is in a different colour, and the motor is in the front. But i'm unsure if this is Diesel, or Petrol powered, but it certainly isn't'Electric it-tvs.com/tv/video-Vk6YrsW9NMk.html

    • Thanks for sharing anyways, I'm sure some who see this comment will find it awesome

    • Auto Autopsy Oh silly me, I might have guessed.

    • Yep, I've seen that!

  • Electric cars are not the future. They are actually worse than diesel in imitions

    • electric is the future. but it's going to take time for the transition. lithium ion has too little power density. we need a paradigm shift in battery chemistry.

    • There not tho. As it takes more fossil files to charge a electric car than it dose to make petrol. Also the lithium is mined so it's definitely a short term solution until hydrogen power is safe enough to be used

    • *emissions, and yes, they certainly are the future

  • Give me the seats and instrument cluster for my 9-3 but those side skirts and headlights gotta go.

    • The headlights are alright, still not sure if I really like them. Taillights are a big improvement tho imo!

  • This company Will never produce any car , only prototypes , pictures, fake history about eléctric Cars.....

    • Lol well they are basically in production at this point

  • I respect them about Saab

  • It looks nice, but I don't think it's a Saab. If the people who designed the latest 9-5 (please give me one), it would've looked a lot better. For a sedan, it's way to high on it's wheels. It's great that they bring back Saab heritage, but it's too Chinese. I honestly want them to just update the latest 9-5 and produce that

    • The NG 9-5, if it was released sooner, could have saved Saab according to a lot of people. They are such beautiful cars!

  • i have a 9 3 look similar in the back his right.

  • Car rape!

  • Not a Saab. If only I had a few millions I would buy Saab in a heartbeat and hire the best engineers from all over the world

    • So would I! I wish I had the funds for that honestly

  • Thanks for all your production work and all of the new information about the NEVS version. I have a working 900 Turbo manual transmission with 247,000 miles (purchased new) and a 2006 9 3 Aero Convertible and love them both! Luckily I have both a private Saab and "dealer " mechanics within driving distance. Both cars can always do what my driving style and transportation needs demands from them.

  • The brown interior looked so good, I like how they've changed it from being an actual Saab, but they haven't changed it too much.

  • Looks ugly well at least the front. , will be produced it china complete crap. If i ever buy a EV it would probably be a tesla. RIP saab

    • I love Teslas, and totally get where you're coming from :)

  • Looks like shit , please do not call it a 93

    • I didn't, NEVS owns the rights to the naming, so they did

  • The Nevs 9-3 looks like a Neomorph from aliens, its ok but no where near as cool as a Xenomorph. If any of that made sense..

  • Sorry, not a Saab. Looks like a middle 2000 boring bubble car.

    • I know you didn't say it was a Saab, But it seems like they were trying to capture that magic and just failed. Why even call it a 93. unless they are trying to draw in the diehard Saab fan base. SHAME ! SHAME ON THEM! I CONDEMN THEIR BLASPHEME ! ;D

    • Well I never said it was a Saab

  • 9-3 (last models) were not hatchbacks, but sport-back/kombi/estate...

    • I didn't say they were. They had the four door sedan and the five door hatchback for the last generation. 5 door wasn't introduced until later though

  • This is delusional. Even if this is mainly a electrified 9-3 it is not a Saab. No real designer would destroy the clean lines of the back with unnecessary bulky asian type rear lights, and some generic "electrical car" type front and unnecessarily rob the car of its Saabness when they could just have built on that. Its so stupid and tasteless.

    • They took a perfect design and "China-fied" it. I loved the clam shell front that was distinctly Saab.

    • Well I never said it's a Saab, it's just the closest thing to a Saab that's being made today since it shares some similarities with it :)

  • I miss the old Saab from 2011-14 :( t made me feel like home

    • They died in like 2012 they didn’t breathe until 2014.

    • Auto Autopsy no I mean I miss those model years because it looked cool.

    • You should buy another one ;)

  • I love the real saabs this looks nothing like it

    • It's sort of a modern take on it. Like I said in the video, you can see a lot of similar features between this and the last 9-3

  • I wonder what the engine specs are like🤔😂😂

    • Auto Autopsy well yea but anyway would be interested in acceleration values for example anyway

    • Well it doesn't technically have an entire, but electric batteries instead

  • Do a reaction to the video "SAAB Festival 2017 - NEVS present to the SAAB Museum " Awesome project by Nevs! :-)

  • I dont know how to feel about this. I love Saab and would love for it to stay alove but i hate these chinese electric cars. Nothing will be the same as an old Sonett or 900

    • I agree, unfortunately times are changing :(

  • Electric Turbo Chargers?

  • Next time... Make more video with the car, and less with your face... Its possible to listen to what you say without to see your face. Why do we have to see...you?

    • Seriously? This is a brand new car, so there is very limited pictures and video of it. I can only do so much

  • Ugly name and fugly design!

  • This... has no scandinavian spirit, and it looks like chinese product.

    • Saab was a car chosen by heart. There are many other sport cars, but Saab had a unique style, plus hystory and legend - Saab born from jets,

    • Looks are all opinion-based

  • It's surprisingly beautiful than I thought. Well done NEVS.

  • I am questioning some of the bulges and bumps in the exterior, are they there just to avoid GM complaining about the clean cut lines of the NG 9-5? Could do with more aero cleanup since it's all electric now. Curious to see how NEVS do tri-spoke wheels. Yes, it's the details that determine whether NEVS will sink or swim. Need to see what not-top-end trim levels look like, the ones people can afford to buy.

    • Tri-spoke wheels would be a great touch!

  • Wow, gorgeous interior X)

  • Nevs first cars built on the phoenix platform will be ready for production in 2020 according to Nevs President Mattias Bergman on swedish radio. It will be a bigger car, 7 seater. I agree with lots of comments being made here, like on the chinese design influence. But also lots of details i really like. Overall its not love at first sight. But then again..thats how i felt about the 9-3 many years ago back and now i really like it..

    • Very true. These cars are designed to look good in the future, not now. You eventually learn to love it

  • I don't think you would buy this vehicle u love your Saab to much that car's your baby so stop looking at that car I don't think you would get rid of your Saab

    • Auto Autopsy 🤣😆if they were u wouldn't give up your Saab u done so much for the car well from what I've seen u wouldn't give up your Saab for that car

    • Probably not, especially since they aren't being sold in the states

  • What do you think about the Gift from NEVS for the Saab Museum, the 9-3 Turbo with new Incas etc ?? People in Sweden called the car the last real Saab from Trollhättan..

    • It's okay imo. Not a fan of the looks really, but I like what it symbolizes

  • Not a fan of the front, i hope they bring back the SAAB vents and the interior, especially the infotainment part looks a little bit too chinese.

    • Good input, I certainly see where you're coming from!

  • I need dis car

  • I actually saw an interview, on their website i think. It was said that the design will change more than just a little bit.

  • This design is awesome. Love it.

  • I gotta be honest, I prefer my 06, and my 9-5 however old is my 'house' - this is just too Asian, not for me.

  • So nice

  • I own a 2007 SAAB 9-3 Aero ( NOT 9-0.... typo ) !

  • I am also a SAAB fans and I own a 2007 SAAB 9-0 Aero.... yours 2003 - Arc ! ! Man, the side mirror which you claimed you don't like it.... Look, Lexus already developed' a similar kind of side mirror which you can project an imaage that you can view on the wind-shield. This design / device is to lower the cD ( Co-efficiency of Drag ) of air current pass by the car body which is aero-dynamic.... So, don't comment something you just " don't like "... This is the latest technology ! !

    • Very interesting. If they can utilize the mirror technology, it'd be super cool

  • ugly car, they Will show only for marketing purpose and never Will considering for industrial production.....

    • Ugly, electric, and not a Saab.

    • Good point, we will see how they sell!

    • Auto Autopsy In the real life to mantain profitable a premium car maker is necesary to produce 3,000,000 Cars per year. i think nevs only is using the image of SAAB technology for financial or for other purposes

    • They are being made, about 150,000 like I said. I'm not sure how much changes between this and the production car

  • You should definitlely step up your quality man! This video set up was straight up junky today.

    • You probably don't have to invest too much, bust just get a warm light and a white wall. The warm light should shine on you from an angel and then you got a way more professional looking set. You could stand then when talking as well wich would make i even better.

    • Good ideas. Do you have any specific suggestions to help with that?

    • Mate, I enjoyed the video as well and like to watch your channel. This is clearly no hate. But a little more effort into the lighting, maybe a proper set to shoot your videos would be a really great deal to the quality of your videos..

    • That's your opinion, other's certainly enjoy it. I'll find vlaidilty in your opinion when you have something to back it :) Thanks for your input still, I appreciate it

  • My brother loves his Tesla. I kind of like this new Nev. the range needs to come up a bit to really be something I would be interested in. doesn't get me totally hard, but definitely gives me a semi.

  • I'm not sure what to make of it. You can still see the 2003+ Saab 9-3 body on the side panels, the back-end looks a little weird because of the lights, and the front-end reminds me of the 2010 Kia Optima. All in all, "weird" is the best way I can describe it, although that's probably because I own a 2005 Saab 9-3, so this thing looks a bit like an Asian Abomination. Either way, the interior is nice, and hopefully it'll shape out to be a really good electric car; who knows, might even buy one one day. :P

    • It's all opinion from the looks :) I definitely see here you're coming from

  • Long time Saab fan here, love my 9-3 Aero. It's hard not to look at the release pictures without wanting desperately to like it. To be honest, when I stand back and look at them without being swept up in the excitement (as I did at first) I don't think they look particularly nice. Ugly? No, but I'm not overly convinced. It's odd because they are obviously saab-based, but to me it doesn't look quite right. As for the interior, I really do think that is ugly I'm afraid. If you look at the pictures for more than a few seconds I found myself saying, 'hey that doesn't look great does it.'. But I'm sure it will be tweaked and Im happy to be persuaded and obviously, it's very subjective.

  • The front looks like a current Accord IMO

    • It does share some similarities in looks!

  • I'm taking a shit while typing this

  • All the way from *Norway* not a huge diference but Not Sweden ;) But no problem bro! 😏

  • A beautifully styled 9-3 and better looking than many executive cars in the UK. Hybrid cars are increasing the UK.

    • Same with America! It will be interesting to see where things go

  • I like it a lot. Engine will be in the front (under the hood).

    • I guess they won't be putting the batteries underneath like tesla does then

  • I wonder, is it known if it still sits on the Epsilon platform? if so i'd love a front end conversion off that thing

    • Auto Autopsy id think so aswell, when I took a closer look at the pics the roofline and C pillar seemed to match up closely with other epsilon platform vehicles like my Malibu.

    • I think it does, or it's at least heavily based off of it

  • Hey there, the crossover/suv remind s me of a Mitsubishi Outlander The sedan s rear taillight s /rearend looks like ur car lol. These cars r probably gonna be fairly pricy that they probably price themselves out of the market? Lol nothing is better then petro 😀

    • I think they'll start somewhere between 30-40k. Just my guess

  • Will these cars meet the same safety standards of past Saabs?

    • Hell no. This thing is as far from any 9-3 I've ever seen other than the vaguely similar body style. This Chinese POS wouldn't have anywhere near the safety standards Saab had.

    • It depends how you are asking the question, areasevenpro. If you are asking if it will equal the safety of the old 9-3, it should as it is the old platform with an electric powertrain. However, it will not have most likely the latest safety technology (automatic braking, automatic braking on cruise control, lane deviation, etc). so it will not be able to get the highest rating. So yes, same safety standards but that is not necessarily best in class.

    • EuroNCAP requirements change all the time, so if you are basing a new car on an old platform it will be impossible to reach new safety requirements. remember that the SAAB 9-3 platform is of age. it doesn't mean it will not be unsafe but it will not reach 5 stars.

    • I think it will, the NEVS 9-3 is based on the Saab 9-3ePower from 2011, and this was the first Electrical Vehicle which was planned for the production in Trollhättan. So, I think the chances are great.

    • It would be embarrassing if these NEVS cars don't get a 5-star rating from Euro NCAP.