The development of the Kama startup by Kamaz CEO Sergey Kogogin and businessman Ruben Vardanyan is being considered as a platform for Moskvich electric vehicles, Vedomosti newspaper writes, citing sources.

Vedomosti: the development of the startup Kama will become the basis for Moskvich electric vehicles

Electric vehicles are planned to be produced at the former Renault plant in Moscow (now Moskvich).

One of the interlocutors said that electric vehicles on this platform will begin to be produced at the Moskvich plant in a full cycle (welding - painting - assembly) in 2024. However, there is no final decision on this matter yet, a journalist source clarifies. close to the Ministry of Industry and Commerce.

A representative of the Moskvich plant said the company will consider different platform options "that meet the requirements of customer demand for the production of modern, comfortable and safe cars."

In early July, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin announced the creation of his own platform for the eponymous electric car during a visit to the plant. At the same time, an agreement on cooperation between the Moscow government and Kamaz on the development of passenger cars was signed.

The first Moskvich electric vehicles should be launched this year, but they will not be Kama models yet. It was previously reported that Kamaz plans to agree on the production of Chinese JAC vehicles under the Moskvich brand. JAC iEVS4 compact electric car is considered as localization.

Kama is not directly a Kamaz project. It is a compact urban electric car project, created by the startup of the same name.

More on the topic: Ruben Vardanyan and Sergey Kogogin's Kama startup plans to produce more than 450 thousand electric cars a year

It is not yet clear what the Kama platform will look like, but if on its basis it is possible to make a model that is competitive in price and consumer properties, then it is quite logical to use it, says automobile expert Vladimir Bespalov.


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Source: RB

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