The retro rally hosted in Russia last weekend saw 100 classic Ladas gathered together.
Lada now sells two AWD SUVs: the old Niva 4×4 and the newer Niva.
Luca de Meo will be assisted by Clotilde Delbos, who will act as Deputy CEO.
Some crazy Russians decided the Lada Niva needed an extreme makeover – and then this happened.
The updated Lada Niva brings new seats and a refreshed dashboard, among other improvements.
The Chevrolet Niva will be rebadged as a Lada at the end of the transition period.
Two Ladas going way over the speed limit and one of them making an extremely aggressive move; small surprise it turned out badly.
As fun as that may seem, we suggest you do not try it at home. We know we wouldn’t…
It would seem that the Vesta may not be the best car for attempting these types of stunts.
A merger between Renault and FCA would create the world’s third largest automotive group.
The deal between FCA and Renault could take more than a year to finalize however.
Huge wheels on an very old Lada? Sure, why not said a couple of Russian mechanics.
Third axle or not, the Niva is a very primitive machine, but it’ll cost you just $7,250.
As 6×6 SUVs tend to cost a whole lotta money, a couple of mechanics decided to make a much cheaper one themselves.
This gives a whole new meaning to the “tough as nails” expression.
This may not be the best way to make cheaters think twice before cutting in line but it sure was effective.
RMSothebys estimated this Russian 4×4 with a racing pedigree would fetch $100,000. They were very much mistaken.
A beefier body kit, lower ground clearance, and more power make the Vesta sedan more noticeable.
The new Lada study has a funky styling, a high-tech cabin and some off-road technologies.
RMSothebys estimates that this Niva’s racing status should help it fetch a pretty penny.