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The Lada museum in pictures: greatest hits and craziest concepts

Autocar Logo By James Attwood of Autocar | Slide 1 of 22: The Lada Museum

The Lada Museum

Fittingly, given Lada’s reputation for no-nonsense, low-cost cars, the Lada Museum is a pleasingly no-nonsense affair. It’s tucked away on the ground floor of the Avtovaz training college, located close to the entrance to the firm’s factory in Togliatti, Russia.

The city was effectively created in the 1960s to house workers at the Avtovaz plant, and Lada’s presence is seen everywhere, from vast Lada statues on roundabouts to its sponsorship of the HC Lada Togliatti ice hockey team. 

Yet the Lada Museum itself is a relatively small affair, with two rooms showcasing some of the most significant models and boldest concept produced by Avtovaz, Lada’s parent firm. Here are some of the highlights. 

Oh, and if you’re planning a trip to Togliatti you’ll be pleased to not that, just like Lada's cars, the museum is excellent value for money: entry is free.

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