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AvtoVAZ Displaying New Lada Sports Vehicle at Exhibition in Leipzig - 7 April, 2003 - News

The Volga Car Plant (AvtoVAZ) is taking part in the international Amitec automobile exhibition in Leipzig. The exhibition opened on April 5 and runs through to April 13. According to AvtoVAZ's press office, the company is presenting its new Lada-112 Super 1600 sports vehicle at the exhibition.

Most of the Russian company's stand at the exhibition is devoted to its range of Ladas that are sold in Europe. AvtoVAZ's exhibition stand has been prepared with help from Lada Automobile, the official importer of AvtoVAZ vehicles into Germany.

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