He Groupe Renault strategic plan unveiled this past Thursday left interesting announcements, such as the Dacia Bigster Concept, the revolution in alpine and one promising Dacia-Lada alliance to assault segment C. Meanwhile, the next generation of the mythical Russian off-roader Lada Niva already has an arrival date: 2024.
The historic Lada Niva, which already adds 40 years of life, you will experience a profound change within three years taking advantage of the plataforma CMF-B of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance, seen in the Dacia Sandero and Loganbesides his cousins Renault Clio V and the new Captur, in order to save manufacturing cost.
The Lada Niva Vision as a preview of the next installment of the Russian off-roader
At the moment there are no data on the next Lada Niva beyond that it will arrive with two sizes available, compact and medium, and a first image as a teaser of the Lada Niva Vision.
This concept vehicle anticipates the evolution of the emblematic model and confirms the permanence of its classic attributes: robustness and off-road skills in abundance, but this time with a more refined and technological aesthetics.
In any case, its square and muscular shapes and the voluminous grill seem to give it that classic 4×4 air, disengage in part from the SUV touch that adopted the Lada Niva Travel 2021.
Along with the new Niva, Lada will launch three more new cars by 2025, including a new SUV for the C segment. And it does not seem that it will be limited solely to the Russian market.
“The launch of the new Niva in 2024 will definitely mark an important date for Lada in Russia, but it will also open new horizons for the brand“, assured Denis Le Vot, CEO of Dacia and Lada.
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