Lada cars will receive the ESP system in the first half of 2024

Lada cars will receive the ESP system in the first half of 2024

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Автомобили Lada получат систему ESP в первой половине 2024 года

Production of Lada Vesta NG (Photo:AvtoVAZ)

AvtoVAZ plans to return the stabilization system (ESP) to Lada cars in the first half of next year. About this to the correspondent Autonews.ru told the official representative of the company.

It is expected that the Russian company “Itelma” will be engaged in the production of this equipment for Lada cars. As the technical director of this company, Andrey Butnev, told RIA Novosti in an interview, they plan to start production of domestic ESP systems for cars in December this year at the plant in Kostroma.

According to him, Lada Vesta will get such an option first. He recalled that an anti-lock braking system (ABS) manufactured by NPP  «Itelma» is already being installed on this model.

Now ABS blocks are manufactured on the new production line of NPP “Itelma” (ESP will also be produced there). For this purpose, a workshop with a fully automated production line was built.

Previously, the company received a license to localize the production of ABS and ESP systems. So, in Russia, they will master the assembly of an electric motor, electronic components, housing and other necessary components. The project is carried out without attracting subsidies or budget funds and is completely commercial.

The annual production volume of ABS and ESP will be 850 thousand units with the prospect of increasing to 1.2 million units per year.

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