VIENNA – Output of the first Lada model based on a Renault platform officially is under way at the AvtoVAZ plant in Togliatti, Russia. Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin joined AvtoVAZ, Renault and Nissan executives for the Lada Largus Job One celebration and inauguration of the new 2.7 million-sq.-ft. (250,000-sq.-m) operation dedicated to production of Renault B0-platform-based vehicles. The three auto makers invested a combined €400 million ($525 million) to adapt an ...

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