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Avtovaz has suspended Lada assembly at Asia Auto plant in Kazakhstan

  Kommersant.- Massive redundancies have been announced at Asia Auto plant in Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan, where Russian

Market Passenger cars

Russian luxury car market has declined by 70% in January 2021

  RusAutoNewsCom.- As reported by Autostat, the luxury car market in Russia has amounted to 20 vehicles in January 2021, indicating a 70% year-on-year decrease. Mercedes-Benz has remained the leader

OEMs Passenger cars

The net loss of Avtovaz amounted to €196 million in 2020

  Prime.- Avtovaz has made a net loss of €196 million in 2020 according to

Industry OEMs

The production of new turbo diesel engines has been launched by PSMA Rus

  Avtonovostidnya.- As reported by Wroom, the mass production of French 1.6-litre DV6 EL turbo diesel engines has been launched at the PSMA Rus factory in Kaluga. The engine, which


UAZ has presented the concept of the upgraded version of Bukhanka

  Avtonovostidnya.- The designer Andrei Davidov, who’s famous for his fantastical UAZ vehicle concepts, has presented another future version of Bukhanka. This time, he designed a modern minibus, which can

Commercial vehicles Market OEMs

Russian truck market has declined by 16% in January 2021

  RusAutoNewsCom. – Russian truck market has decreased by 15.9% in January 2021 in comparison with the same period of the previous year. According to Autostat 5,126 new trucks have

Commercial vehicles Industry Passenger cars

Car production in Russia has decreased by 17% in 2020

  RusAutoNewsCom.- Car production in Russia has decreased by 16.6% year-on-year by the end of 2020. According to ASM Holding data 1 million 435.3 thousand units transport vehicles (trucks, cars, buses)

Commercial vehicles Industry OEMs

Sollers Ford will increase production and hire additional personnel

  RusAutoNewsCom.- As reported by the company press office, Sollers Ford will ramp up the production capacity at its Yelabuga plant, in response to the continuously rising demand on Ford