MOSKVICH electric vehicles will appear in Russia in 2024

MOSKVICH electric vehicles will appear in Russia in 2024


 

Autostat.- Kamaz’s electric car Kama is being considered as a platform for Moskvich electric vehicles, which will be produced at the former Renault plant in Moscow (renamed to Moskvich Plant). According to the Vedomosti newspaper, citing its sources, electric vehicles on this platform will be produced in full cycle at the Moskvich plant from 2024, but there is still no final decision on the matter.

On July 6, Kamaz and the Moscow government signed an agreement on cooperation in the development of passenger cars and the production of domestic electric vehicles. Kamaz will act as the technological partner of the project. A roadmap has also been drawn up for the creation of a unified Russian vehicle platform on which the model range of the domestic passenger car industry will be developed. Around 600 vehicles are to be produced by the end of 2022, 200 of them with electric motors.

In 2023 the company will produce at least 50 thousand cars, and in 2024 – 100 thousand. The output number of Moskvich electric vehicles will be 10 to 20 thousand respectively. The full production cycle with welding and body painting is planned for 2024. It is planned to produce five models under the Moskvich brand: four crossovers and one sedan.

KAMA-1 electric car
Moskvich EV will be based on Kama electric car.