Recently, information has appeared about a new model that may replenish the range of the domestic automaker in the near future. What will it be like?
Last month, a public demonstration of the Lada X-Cross 5 crossover took place, which is essentially a Chinese SUV FAW Bestune T77. In the future, some other models of the Chinese company will join it, for example, the more compact T55. And a few days ago, on the territory of the scientific and technical center of AVTOVAZ in Togliatti, the Bestune B70 liftback was seen, which may be a sign of an imminent registration at the Russian plant and this model under the Lada brand. We decided to imagine what such a car might look like.
Render new Lada liftback
The liftback shown in the renders has been restyled in the style of current Lada models: a new radiator grille with horizontal chrome bars, a new front bumper and branded X-shaped chrome moldings have appeared. One of the most characteristic elements of the latest novelties and concepts of the Russian automaker is the curved stampings on the sidewalls. The rear bumper has been updated, which received exhaust pipes built into the bumper in the style of the updated Vesta, and the graphics of the lamps have changed slightly.
new liftback Lada
If we disregard fantasies, then in the case of putting on the conveyor, the Chinese liftback, most likely, will receive only the Lada logo in front, similar changes will be in the interior.
Renders of the Lada liftback with minimal changes 1/3 Renders of the Lada liftback with minimal changes 2/3 Renders of the Lada liftback with minimal changes 3/3 Skoda Superb: B70 length is 4810 mm, width – 1840 mm, height – 1455 mm, wheelbase – 2800 mm. The liftback is offered with two petrol “turbo-fours” – 1.5 and 2.0 with a capacity of 160 and 217 hp. respectively. The first motor is equipped with a 7-speed “robot”, the second is paired with a 6-speed automatic transmission. Russian liftback sales started in April this year. Today, the basic 160-horsepower modification is estimated at 2,328,000 rubles, and the top-end version with a 2.0-liter engine will cost at least 2,682,000 rubles. Both modifications are equipped with front-wheel drive.
Meanwhile, following the results of sales in June 2023, Lada Vesta returned to the TOP-10 most popular cars on the Russian market.