And that’s not all: only employees of the plant will be able to buy the Luxe version, as reported by Russian Car Industry News, which received slides from the dealer presentation. Versions of Comfort and Comfort Plus, which are intended for ordinary buyers, will be in great short supply.
The Comfort package will include full LED headlights and taillights, a keyless entry system with a start-stop button, frontal airbags, ABS and ESP systems, air conditioning, power and heated mirrors, steering wheel computer control and audio training. AT Comfort Plus package included 7-inch multimedia, height adjustment and lumbar support for the driver’s seat, cruise control and center armrest. Heated windshield and rear parking sensors are options.
Luxe equipment has climate control, a heated “leather” steering wheel, a rear-view camera, eyeglass case, and a two-tone sound signal. Options include fog lights, rain and light sensors, heated rear seats and rear armrest, black roof lining, deep tinted windows and two-tone paintwork.
Prices are still not named.