AvtoVAZ has recently pulled the wraps off the LAda X-Ray Concept during the 2012 Moscow Motor Show, which is a first look into a crossover that might hit the production line.
The Russian based automaker didn’t lose time and after revealing the El Lada electric vehicle, the company has also pulled the wraps off a very interesting concept, named the Lada X-Ray, which is announcing the future design philosophy of the carmaker. The Lada X-Ray has been designed by Steve Mattin, who is responsible for many Volvo and Mercedes-Benz vehicles and the designer lines are mixing the front bumper with the headlamps in order to give birth to a futuristic look which is revealing the “X” from its name.
According to the car manufacturer, the X-Ray’s lines are representing the future design philosophy of the company and this design is expected to debut sometimes in 2015. The interior of the Lada X-Ray is getting the same lines as the exterior but high quality materials have been used here which, together with the leather upholstery, create a premium car feeling. The futuristic multimedia system hasn’t been left aside either. Honestly we hope that the Lada X-Ray will hit the production line in this shape but, considering the influence of Renault-Nissan into AutoVAZ, this might never happen or, if it does, the model might become something similar to the Dacia Duster.