Soviet cars in advertising photos
Now it is hard to believe, but in the 1960s - 1970s. most Soviet cars were exported. For example, Moskvich-412 was successfully sold in most countries of Western Europe, including Germany and England, and in Belgium it was even collected! Unfortunately, in the USSR itself, consumers lacked domestic cars and there was not much practical sense in their advertising, the main addressee of beautiful photos was foreigners ...
This car was the “nail” of the Soviet auto stand at the 1958 World Expo in Brussels, which won the Grand Prix. She was called there affectionately "Russian tank on wheels."
As far as I remember, the "Volg" was not at all in free sale in the USSR. Foreigners could buy freely, there would be a desire:
GAZ-24 was created with an eye on American design around 1962 and by the beginning of its production had become outdated, but the demand in the West was still:
I believe that foreign specialists were involved in the creation of these images:
This car was produced in Izhevsk, with modifications, until 1997.