The intrigue persisted until the last moment. Various assumptions were put forward.
Alas, at the start there was only one engine – an 8-valve (VAZ-11182), with a power of 90 hp. The one that is now put on simplified Grants and put on Largus while it was being produced.
Now, in the order of testing, cars with a 16-valve engine with a capacity of 106 hp are also being assembled at AVTOVAZ.
Such Vesta should be put into mass production by May.
*This material was created by a person who has the status of a foreign agent in the Russian Federation.
Will there be cars with two engines on sale after that? Buyers will decide this: if there is interest, they will produce it.
But the automatic transmission until 2024 is not worth waiting for. By the way, they still do not disclose whether it will be a classic automatic transmission with a torque converter or a variator.
The complete set of the updated Vesta is described here. “Behind the wheel” can now be viewed on RuTube.
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