Lada showcased the Vesta concept car at the 2014 Moscow Motor Show. The car utilizes the B/C platform, which was co-developed with Renault-Nissan.
The Vesta's front end is comprised of a black-colored grill, distinctive headlights that runs up to the side fenders and a circular foglamps. At the rear, the shape of the taillights are similar with the concept car's headlights. Rounding up the rear of the Vesta is a big Lada badge that runs along the decklid.
Inside, the leather seats and interior trim have a three-tone mix of brown, black and beige accented by white stitching that can also be found on the center glove box.
Lada has not yet detailed the exact specifications of the Vesta, but the Russian automaker says the production of the concept car will start at around fall of 2015. Pricing and variants are yet to be announced by the automaker.