Video: The Belgians Built A Copy Of The Rally Lada From The & Nbsp; 2000s
The Belgian Abarth Works Museum, which owns a collection of Soviet rally cars, has finished building a replica of the Lad112 Super-1600 hatchback. The racing modification took part in the championships of Russia and Europe in the first half of the 2000s.
The Belgians built a replica of the rally Lada in two months on the basis of a standard hatchback. It received an aerodynamic body kit with multiple air intakes, additional headlights on the hood, new wheels, racing seats and a paint that was used by the LadSport factory team 20 years ago.
- Modification Lad112 Super-1600 was equipped with an aspirated 1.6 engine with 185 hp. (165 Nm), six-speed sequential gearbox and front-wheel drive with differential lock. Thanks to the added relief, the race car weighed exactly one ton.
- In total, about 20 copies of the Lad112 Super-1600 were built. The last time a racing Lada was spotted at major competitions in Europe was in 2005 - several cars took part in the German ADAC Rallye Deutschland.