It’s raining SUVs and concept vehicles from the Moscow Auto Show. After Renault Arkana Concept which was unveiled on the first day of the show. This time it's Lada which is gaining some attention with its 4x4 Vision Concept.
The Lada brand is owned by AvtoVAZ, which is a subsidiary of the Renault Group. The Lada 4x4 Vision takes some design cues from the Renault Duster but it has been souped-up. The vehicle showcases the brand’s X-shaped design all over the car. The car sits much high on 21-inch rims and by looking at the stance of the vehicle, it is clear that it’s made for the unpaved path.
On the interior front, the funky eye catchy styling continues as the designers have used bright orange and grey details and aluminium trim. The infotainment is integrated into the dashboard. Dual zone climate control, ambient lighting, three-spoke steering wheel with multi-function switch completes the interior. Massive panoramic sunroof on top is one of the highlights of the car.
The Lada 4x4 Vision Concept will be made on a different platform. What's under the hood is not known yet but the automatic transmission on the vehicle will have high and low ratios which will further enhance the off-road capability of the vehicle.