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VIVA VR99
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Vehicle Overall Info
Name VIVA VR99
Platform Toyota S platform (1st gen), Ford D3 platform/Volvo P2 platform (2nd gen), Chrysler LX platform (3rd gen)
Manufacturer VIVA Automobiles
Body styles 4-door sedan, 2-door coupé (2nd gen only)
Production 2011-present
Model Years 2011-present
Assembly Valencia, Venezuela
Successor none
Predecessor VIVA VT7
Also Called Alexander Automobiles XS1
Related Lexus GS, Lincoln MKS, Chrysler 300C, Dodge Charger
The VIVA VR99 is a full-sized luxury sports sedan made by VIVA Automobiles.

1st gen (2011-2012)Edit

This is the very first full-size true world car, as it is sold almost on every country of the Americas, Europe, Asia, etc. This car is based both on the Lexus GS and the 2011 Kia Optima. It features a nice double color scheme. On this car can be chosen a 3.2 V6, 4.2 V8 or even a 5.0 V8 engine.

2nd gen (2012-2013)Edit

It is built on the Ford D3 Platform, which is shared by the Lincoln MKS. On this car you can choose engines ranging from 2.4 I4 to 5.4 V8. It's base price is US$37,600 (In Venezuela will be Bs. F 362.000). It's the second largest VIVA car to date, being beated only with the R-LST, which has a length of 5,180mm (The VR99 has a length of 5,140mm). It has a built-in fully equiped entertainment system with a 8" inch Multimedia Car stereo. It has full iPod and USB connectivity.

3rd gen (2013-)Edit

The new VR99 or Royale will make it's debut at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show.

TriviaEdit

  • This car has been rebadged as a Alexander Automobiles XS1 for South Africa
  • The 1st gen and 2nd gen are really short-lived.

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