A very rare SAAB EV-1 model is for sale on the internet after being part of the company’s Heritage Museum in Trollhattan, Sweden.
After the Swedish based automaker SAAB has filed for bankruptcy, a local law firm involved in its liquidation has recently posted a sale for over 100 cars which were resting in the SAAB Heritage Museum in Trollhattan, Sweden. This is also the case of the SAAB EV-1, which is available for its new owners once they will send their written bids by January, 20.
According to the car manufacturer, the SAAB EV-1 has been based on the 1985 900 Turbo model and even if the name makes us think at electric vehicles, the model has nothing in common with “green” technology. In fact, the SAAB EV-1 is powered by an engine tuned by the company which is developing a total output of 285 horsepower. The SAAB EV-1 is a 2+2 sporty coupe which is able to accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in just 5.9 seconds, before reaching a top speed of 168 mph.
The SAAB EV-1 which is up for sale has made a short appearance in the second part of Back to the Future and it’s coming with a solar-powered cooling fan. We don’t have any more details on cars which used to rest in the SAAB Heritage Museum and we don’t know what’s the price set on this model.