Lada Vesta Signature LWB stretches to offer 200 mm more legroom

Lada Vesta Signature long wheelbase is no luxury car that can compete with the like of either a Mercedes Maybachs or an Audi A8s but has its own set of onboard luxuries.

Designed by former Volvo and Mercedes Benz designer, Steve Martin, Head of Design Division at AvtoVAZ Lada, Lada Vesta Signature is a stretched out version of the Vesta small sedan. It appeals to a larger set of buyers due to its enhanced interior space and on board comforts.

As compared to the Vesta sedan, the Signature sits on a longer wheelbase measuring 2885mm while dimensions stand at 4660mm as against 4410mm seen on the sedan version. This increased length ensures added leg room of 200mm while the rear seat bench has been replaced by two individual seats separated by a central console.

Interiors boast of heated seats, dual zone climate controls and two toned leather upholstery. Lada Vesta Signature sits on 17” wheels. The company has not revealed details of engine specifications. Expect a 1.6 liter or 1.8 liter petrol engine mated to an automatic transmission to power this luxury car.

Limited to just 10 units, the Vesta Signature is an experimental model solely for internal use by top executives at the company’s Moscow office. These cars will be tested under real life conditions while driver feedback will be sought for improvements to be incorporated into the vehicle prior to official launch.

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