The new all-electric Lada introduced to Russian Consumer
The famous French auto-maker Renault introduced the Le Car in 1976 and it is now highly instrumental in bringing in the new El Lada to the Russian market. The venture is shared by 50% by Renault and Nissan, its sister company and are supporting the production of the all-battery electric vehicle produced in Russia as per the Technologic Vehicles report.Photo 1: LADA
As per the video watched on the internet, the El Lada is integrated with a 60Kw equivalent of 80hp electric motor that produces a top 80mph speed and 100 mile range with a single-charge. The first experience of the Lada will be on the roads of Stavropol tested as taxis. The city is located 100 miles away north from the Russian borders to Georgia.
The profile of Lada was hugely enhanced when it roped in Steve Mattin, the ex-Mercedes-Benaz and former Volvo chief designer to take care of the designing operations of the Russian automaker. The company recently displayed at the Moscow Auto Show its new x-ray concept car.Photo 2: The new all-electric Lada introduced to Russian Consumer
This is a huge promotion for Lada over Yo Auto which is partly owned by Mikhail Prokhorov, the Russian millionaire. Yo in 2010 announced that it would produce the Russia’s first ever hybrid electric by the closure of the year but backed off it recently stating that there won’t be any Yo Mobile until the end of 2015 according to the reported filed at Agence France-Presse.
In the meanwhile the Nissan owned Datsun announced that two mobiles will be offered to the Indian market and Nissan has also made public the sketches of a 5-door hatchback code named K2 based on Micra. The car line up from Datsun will cater to the residents of Indonesia and Russia and the Indian segment of the ride-deprived. The list will be added with South Africa later on. We also hear the Nissan’s plan for sharing the platform with Lada which it incidentally owns.