OKAY, turns out the Freestyle SVG Export add-on is installed by default with Blender 2.8. You just need to turn it on in preferences. Here’s where you turn it on in the Add-ons pane:
Then you need to go to the Context: Output pane and set the output folder like this:
Next, be sure and turn the Freestyle SVG Export add-on ON. It’s located in the Context: Render pane.
Then press F12 and render and when completed, you get this SVG file in your output folder and it looks like this (opened in Illustrator).
BE AWARE: The file overwrites other files using the fame number.
Here’s the SVG (It should open in Chrome browser):
And the vector rendering at 4K from Illustrator:
vs the SKETCH STYLE rendering:
The add-on also respects line thicknesses and line colors:
SVG file: (right-click and open image in new tab)
SVG Render (from Chrome)
SKETCH STYLE Render: