An unidentified small budget sedan has been spied testing while wearing a full body camouflage.

As WCF user "tuga" pointed out, this is the Lada Vesta set to replace the Priora. Production will kick off towards the end of next year.

An unidentified small budget sedan has been spied testing while wearing a full body camouflage.

Since it's sitting on Renault Clio IV-sourced alloy wheels, the prototype seen here is definitely from the Renault-Nissan alliance. It's not a Dacia Logan facelift since it has a different, less boxy shape plus it's also too early in the game for a revision to Romania's budget sedan. Judging by the oval-shaped logo on the front grille, this could be a Datsun model targeted for the European market.

Datsun has already announced plans to introduce a new Russia-only small and affordable sedan on April 4 so this could be a cousin of that model for other European countries or emerging markets. It might use the same M0 platform which currently underpins the second generation Logan and is essentially a reworked version of the B0 platform used for the second-gen Renault Clio.

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