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AvtoVAZ intends to develop new models


AvtoVAZ does not abandon plans to develop new models and platforms and intends to focus on import substitution, Governor of the Samara Region Dmitry Azarov said at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF). He also noted the success of the company’s engineering team, which released Lada Granta cars on June 8.

“AvtoVAZ today, of course, does not cancel its plans to develop new models and platforms. Another thing is that the correction that has now taken place focuses the attention of the engineering and design team precisely on the import substitution of those components and assemblies that were used in the previous period, ”said Mr. Azarov (quoted from “RIA News”).

He also added that the supply of individual components will be supplied from friendly countries, but at the same time, Russia must have domestic technologies in order to “not depend on supplies from abroad for critical components and assemblies.” “And the fact that Lada Granta was the first to leave on June 8 is also a significant success for the engineering team of AvtoVAZ,” the governor said.

After the start of the Russian military operation in Ukraine, the automaker is experiencing difficulties in ensuring continuous production and equipping cars with the necessary components. In April, information appeared about the preparation of AvtoVAZ for the release of simplified Lada models with a minimum number of imported components that are not available due to sanctions. On June 8, the company released the first car in two months of inactivity. On June 17, it became known that AvtoVAZ will switch to a four-day work week.

On the production plans of AvtoVAZ – in the material “Kommersant” “To whom and Vesta the bride.”

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