The electrification of the auto industry is causing manufacturers to take the least curious exits. Although risky, they are all effective, but the results may not be as good as we would like.One of those who will have to invest more “imagination” in its development from now on is Russia AutoVAZ. Especially since Groupe Renault exits its stake Because Russia is at war in Ukraine.

From now on, the Russians will no longer have the technology of the Gauls, but they have learned something: “steal or copy”.Yes, there’s more to see The latest prototype they have shown or will show. its about Lagos Electronic Ladder, their first 100% electric car, and to make matters worse, they want to hit the market as soon as possible. If you look closely and look closely, you should find this model familiar, as it’s obvious from the images that it’s based on another model…

The Lada e-Largus is based on the 2004 Dacia Logan MCV…

Lada e-Largus Prototype 1

indeed, This Lada e-Largus is nothing more than a remake of the Dacia Logan MCV We saw the light as early as 2004. This is so because of the synergy that one day the Gauls shared with the Russians. If it weren’t for them, Lada would be dead long ago, and now they’re taking advantage of her absence to refresh all her skills. As a result, a model that was supposed to be 100% electric, but without a single message…

yes because AutoVAZ does not provide any information on the structure of its powertrain. Apparently the brand’s engineers will use the base of the platform to house the battery and will even have Possibility of fast charging. But there are still ways to go further. Obviously, the capacity of the battery will give this e-Largus Autonomy between charges will reach 400 km In the best case.

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Finally, it is pointed out that the range of this new model will consist of three versions.there will be a 5 or 7 seater family and a Panel Industrial Edition for cargo transportation.All in all, the numbers and figures seem very optimistic, and considering this Lada e-Largus sits on a veteran Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance B0 Platform. So we will isolate all this information…

At least until AutoVAZ releases the first data on its testing tests.Yes, because the Russian company says it’s ready Start next year’s technical verification test. We’ll have to see if they can make their own, but something tells us that this item will remain in “borage water…” hope…?

Source – Car Blog