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LADA reveals Priora images

LADA has revealed the first drawings of the new Priora, which it will introduce into the World Touring Car Championship later this season.

The Priora, which will replace the current 110 model, is due to make its debut on the streets of Porto in the hands of works drivers Jaap van Lagen, Viktor Shapovalov and Kirill Ladygin.

Prior to that debut, the team will look to bring in a series of improvements to the engine in the 110 in an effort to improve its competitiveness and carry the Russian team away from its current position towards the rear of the field.


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Drawing of the new LADA Priora
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