2014 應徵編輯的編譯試稿

2014 應徵編輯的編譯試稿

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Saab Resumes Production, Starts With 9-3

2014 應徵編輯的編譯試稿

With NEVS’ acquisition of Saab and some of the bankrupt automaker’s few remaining assets complete, the consortium, made up of Chinese and Japanese interests, is now focused on the launch of its first Saab model. That first model is a 9-3 Aero sedan, production of which commenced today at Saab’s plant in Trollhättan, Sweden.

NEVS’ 9-3 is essentially the model Saab was building prior to its bankruptcy in 2011, though it no longer features the Saab griffin logo on its hood. It comes fitted with a 220-horsepower turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder, though NEVS remains committed to eventually launching a 9-3 fitted with an electric drivetrain. The electric 9-3 is due out next year.

NEVS is focusing on the Chinese market initially, but will be offering Swedish buyers an opportunity to purchase new Saab cars via a website. NEVS is currently building cars at a rate of only 10 per week but will eventually ramp up production, and even build Saab cars in China.

The news is rather remarkable given that NEVS only purchased Saab's assets in 2012. The company has been consistently aggressive in setting goals, however, and is planning a new generation of Saab cars based on the Phoenix platform that was under development at the time of Saab's bankruptcy and destined for the next-generation 9-3 and other future Saabs.

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Saab Restarted 9-3 Production, Says Spokesman

2014 應徵編輯的編譯試稿

A report from Reuters tells us that Saab is finally officially restarting production of the 9-3 sedan, at the Trollhättan factory, in Sweden. The plant had already undergone earlier trial production runs, and the first of these new series of the 9-3s rolled off the assembly line around the middle of September, and got a fair bit of media attention.

The agency quotes Mikael Ostlund, an official spokesperson for National Electric Vehicle Sweden, or NEVS, the company that now owns Saab, as having announced the news this past Friday.

Apparently, the cars will be built in “small and humble” numbers, and be powered by a single-choice turbocharged petrol engine of undisclosed capacity or power; all these vehicles are heading to China.

This model is a stepping-stone for NEVS, from making no cars whatsoever when they gained control of Saab, to making the electric sedans they promised upon acquiring the ailing automaker. The promise still stands, though, and the battery-powered vehicles could arrive in Chinese showrooms next year, if the original plan holds. No word on Euro sales yet.

Below you'll see the (older) video of the first new 9-3 built under NEVS leadership.

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SAAB officially back on the map, 9-3 production in Sweden to resume on Monday

2014 應徵編輯的編譯試稿

SAAB has announced on Monday production of the 9-3 sedan will be resumed at the Trollhättan assembly plant in Sweden.

It was April 6, 2011 when SAAB closed up shop and then on December 19 they filed for bankruptcy while being under the control of Spyker. Fast forward to September, 2013, SAAB started to roll off pre-production 9-3s and now they have announced regular production series will commence on Monday.

This information has been confirmed by NEVS spokesman Mikael Oestlund who said "yes, we will start the actual production on Monday." As a reminder, National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) - owned by a Chinese renewable energy investor - purchased SAAB out of bankruptcy back in June, 2012.

Details about the car are scarce at the moment, but Oestlund said it will be very similar to the 2011MY 9-3 and will be offered with a turbocharged gasoline engine. For 2014 they plan a facelift and a China-only electric version. The 9-3 will be sold initially in Europe and China, but United States could get the car later on.

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