This is stated in the company's internal documents, which were at the disposal of the Drom portal. The specified number includes both LADA and Renault cars produced at AVTOVAZ facilities in Togliatti. CMF-B-LS will become the main chassis for AVTOVAZ and will gradually replace the company's own platforms (Granta, Niva), as well as the outdated B0 (Largus, XRAY, Renault Logan and Sandero models). The entire LADA model line will be based on CMF-B-LS, with the exception of the Vesta family, which is built on its own base, albeit widely unified with Renault. The first commercial vehicles LADA and Renault on the new Renault-Nissan CMF-B-LS platform will be released in 2021; the project should reach full capacity by 2025-2026.
As AUTOSTAT previously reported, AVTOVAZ will release 10 new and seven restyled LADA models by 2026. The first seven new products will enter the market in the next two years - we are talking, in particular, about the restyled LADA Vesta and Largus families. The rest of the new items will hit the market from 2023 to 2026 - the company will present five updates for the current cars and five more new models. So far, the company has not provided any specifics regarding updates to the lineup. Most likely, first of all, we are talking about a new generation of LADA 4x4 NG SUV, which is currently being developed. In addition, AVTOVAZ is considering the possibility of expanding the commercial line of LADA, including through a new van under the working name LADA Van. Presumably we are talking about the reworked version of the RenaultDokker “heel”.