Swedish car manufacturers have, apparently, a high star of chinese pengemænd.
Volvo has long been owned by Geely, NEVS took over the estate from Saab for years back, and now it is the turn then come to the small producer of supersportsvogne from Ängelholm in Skåne, sweden: Koenigsegg.
the Factory thanks to a chinese deposits on no less than 1.1 billion. crowns, and again it is NEVS, which is at stake. With the deposit gets the NEVS 20 percent ownership of the Koenigsegg, but the chinese wager does not stop here.
NEVS slider namely, at the same time, almost 1 billion. crowns in a joint-venture with the Swedish car manufacturer, where the chinese manufacturer will own 65 percent.
The writing Affärsvärlden.
Koenigsegg have built exclusive sports cars in limited numbers since 1994. The cars have long been among the both the fastest and the most expensive in the world, with prices, that can easily be on the other side of 15 million. crowns - before taxes.
nevertheless, the plant success with superbilerne. In 2017 put the Koenigsegg Agera RS world record with a top speed of 447 km/h., and the same year was the 80 copies of the Regera model, as the manufacturer planned to build, all sold out.
Now the manufacturer will be greater and it should be the chinese capital help. NEVS is to launch a elbilproduktion in China and has over Saab's old factory in Trollhättan, and here get the Koenigsegg in the future law to build cars.
according to the plan, in Trollhättan built more and cheaper Swedish sports cars than the manufacturer previously had an opportunity, tells the ceo of NEVS, Kai Johan Jiang.
- In the year 2020, we must have production in both Ängelholm and Trollhättan. We produce thousands of Koenigsegg cars. They should keep Koenigseggs quality, but will be cheaper than today, says he Affärsvärlden and adds:
- Now we need two small businesses change the world. We are number one in the world on electric cars and extremely fine sports cars.
Koenigsegg says in a press release that the goal of the cooperation is to create new products and 'take new market segments'.
What the Swedish car manufacturer exactly mean by it, report the story, however, not yet anything about.