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Vector Raven: From Russia with love

Created by Russian designer Dmitry Lazarev, it could go into production in no time.


In 2015 the Russian designer Dmitry Lazarev he proposed to Lada the creation of a super sports car that he baptized as Raven. Lazarev's goal was for the largest automobile manufacturer in Russia take the post that I had left Marussia Motors after its closure at the end of 2014.

Marussia's life in the super sports universe was short-lived. It only lasted seven years and in that time span produced four models: B1, B2, F2 and MVR-02. The enthusiasm for being the most representative brand in Russia was such that it even had a team in the F1, although it also lasted what a sigh. He only competed in three seasons (2012, 2013 and 2014) and achieved a ninth place as the best result in the 2014 Monaco GP with the French. Jules Bianchi.

Vector Raven: From Russia with loveThe Lazarev Raven features wide front grilles, oversized wheel arches and a wide rear section for added stability. Despite its spectacularity, Lada ruled out bringing it to reality. "A sports car without a trunk is not our style ", said at the time a spokesman for AvtoVAZ, owner of the popular Russian brand.

But Lada's rejection did not discourage Lazarev, who found investors to create his own brand, which he called Constructor Vector. The company is currently in full formation and it is still unknown when production of the super sports car would begin (it was thought that it would be in 2018, although that is unlikely).

It is also a question about what type of motorization it will have or the value of the model, which in principle would have a production of one hundred units.

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