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Check out Saab’s 650-horsepower four-electric convertible

Even before the National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) concern, which owns Saab, went into hibernation mode, cut 95 percent of its employees and actually ceased to exist, it was planned to start production of a promising electric car. The model was known as the Emily GT and was to be produced in sedan and convertible body styles.

The project was worked on by exterior designer Hirash Razagi, whose track record by that time included Volvo Trucks, Hyundai, Lotus, Infiniti, Bugatti, Lynk & Co and Ford. A third-party company, Plint Marketing, was also involved in work on a promising electric car.

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