At the 2016 Moscow International Auto Show that opened yesterday, Lada introduced the Lada XCODE Concept compact SUV. The XCode concept apparently previews a new future B-segment compact model from Lada.
The Lada XCODE Concept has a very athletic character for a car its size. The prominent front-end is indeed very imposing with a large X-shaped grille combination and X-shaped LED headlamps with LED signature lights above them. The profile also bears the X-style with bulged-out portions on the fenders and doors.
To give a coupe-look, the handles of the rear doors have been integrated within the C-pillar. The rear-end features a steeply raked tailgate with a V-shaped glass, taillamps reminiscent of the Nissan 370Z-inspired taillamps of the Nissan Juke, dual trapezoidal exhaust tips and a tailgate spoiler.
Lada hasn’t announced any production plans for the Lada XCODE Concept yet, but has indicated its willingness to do so by revealing that the concept has been developed in a way that it can be offered with a turbocharged engine and an all-wheel drive system as well as telematic platform – LADA Connect.