2016 LADA CAR Reveal XCode, Vesta Cross, Vesta Cross SW, Xray Sport, Vesta Sport

Sunday, August 28th, 2016 - LADA

LADA Reveal Six concept at Moscow exhibition. Al 2016 Mims in Moscow the brand Lada presented six concept designed to anticipate future design trends and strategic choices of the brand. The prototypes are called  Lada XCode, lada Vesta Cross, Vesta SW Cross, XRay Cross, Vesta Vesta SW, Vesta Sport, XRay Sport

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The compact crossover. The Lada XCode Concept is a prototype of a new Suv with all-wheel drive and turbocharged engine. The design incorporates the solutions of standard models, Vesta and Xray emphasizing in many items with the theme of “X”, while the Interior offers the infotainment platform Connect with cloud-based services Lada. The prototype might anticipate a series dedicated to the B-segment crossover model, one of the most active of the current market.

Lada Vesta SW Cross Interior

The concept the Vesta Vesta, Sw and Xray Cross riding the theme of crossovers derived from standard models. That’s how the two variants of the Vesta and the Xray were amended by adding sections of the raw plastic fenders and bumpers, trim and alloy wheels in addition to the mezzanine. There are no technical updates instead and is therefore excluded all-wheel drive.

Lada car engine variant

Inspired by the racing model engaged in the WTCC, Lada achieved Vesta sports, with new aerodynamic appendages and again sports suspension designed to enhance driving pleasure. The same philosophy has also been applied to the Xray: in this case, in addition to the suspension, the car has a 1.8 engine processing, which switches to 122 to 150 HP. Both the Vesta that Xray Sports were born following the same philosophy that led to the definition of the standard models Kalina Sport and Granta Sport.

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