VIENNA – Russia’s largest car maker, AvtoVAZ, unveils its new low-cost Lada Granta sedan at a recent industry conference in Togliatti. Prime Minister Vladimir Putin uses the opportunity to participate in a short test drive at the auto maker’s test track. Volume production of the new model will start in October, and the car is expected to hit Russian dealerships in December. The new model is based on the Lada Kalina platform. But unlike the Kalina, the Granta will use several parts ...

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