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AVTOVAZ has transferred the company from Dutch to the Russian jurisdiction

  Interfax.- The transfer of the Avtovaz joint venture from Dutch to Russian jurisdiction has been completed. The relevant statement has been made by the press office of Rostec to

OEMs Passenger cars

AVTOVAZ has published a teaser of an unknown LADA model

  Rambler.- The press office of Avtovaz has published a teaser image of a LADA model on social media, with only the silhouette of the vehicle visible on the screen.

Industry OEMs Passenger cars

AVTOVAZ has under-produced by 100,000 vehicles in 2021

  AvtoNovostiDnya.- Due to systematic downtimes caused by component shortages, Avtovaz has under-produced by approximately 100,000 vehicles this year. According to various estimates, these losses compare to three-months sales volume

OEMs Passenger cars

LADA Granta: 10 years on the conveyor

  RusAutoNews.- Since the launch of its production on 29 November 2011, Lada Granta has become the most affordable and popular car in Russia. Granta has been created as a

Market OEMs Passenger cars

LADA sales has declined by 31% in October 2021

  RusAutoNews.- As reported by Avtovaz press office, 25,573 units Lada passenger cars and light commercial vehicles have been sold in Russia in October 2021, indicating a 30.9% year-on-year decline.

OEMs Passenger cars

The Niva Red Legend Team will show up at the the Dakar-2022 rally

  RusAutoNews.- The Niva Red Legend Team, a private team from Switzerland, has presented their 1984 Lada Niva car, ar reported by Avtovaz press office. The team will perform at

Industry OEMs Passenger cars

AVTOVAZ starts serial car assembly in Uzbekistan

  RusAutoNews.- As reported by the company press office, Avtovaz has started the serial assembly of several Lada models together with its Uzbek pertner Roodell. The first produced models Vesta,

Industry OEMs Passenger cars

AVTOVAZ has announced the launch of five new automobiles

  RBK.- Avtovaz plans to launch five new automobiles within the next four years. The relevant statement has been made by the current chairman of Avtovaz Nicolas Maure, via a