Moskvich’s plans until 2025 have been published. The numbers will surprise

Using this diagram, it is easy to imagine how the company’s production program will change in the coming years.

By the end of this year (ie in less than a month’s time), the plant should assemble 600 cars, 200 of which will be electric.

The percentage will remain about the same in the coming years. For example, the intention is to produce 50,000 cars in 2023, of which 10,000 will be electric vehicles. And by the end of 2025, the plant should reach 120 thousand cars, of which 25 thousand will be electric.

Recall that at the end of November at the former Renault Russia enterprise they began to assemble Moskvich 3, a copy of JAC JS4, using the SKD method.

Requires 7,000 tires in popular sizes

Without ties, public order cannot be guaranteed, medical care cannot be provided to those who need it.

“Behind the wheel” together with the Popular Front began to collect funds that will be used to purchase tires for cars of the People’s Police and operational services of the LPR and DPR: ambulances, the Ministry of Emergency Situations, vehicles delivering humanitarian aid to the inhabitants of Donbass, and army equipment. You can make your contribution
on the collection page.

Source: Telegram / pro Trade In & Auto Business

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