Renault has finally revealed the second generation of the Dacia (Renault) Duster. The all-new Dacia (Renault) Duster has finally made its public debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2017. Yes, the Frankfurt Motor Show is considered as one of the best platforms for the auto giants to showcase their latest models and variants here.
The new generation Duster gets an overall update and it is reported that the while badging the Dacia to Renault, the sub-compact SUV will embracing the same design for its launch in the Indian market.
Fresh design of the Dacia (Renault) Duster
The Dacia (Renault) Duster is an overhauled sub-compact SUV and has been revealed at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show with a fresh new design. The Dacia (Renault) Duster gets a brand new appearance on the inside as well as on the outside.
Since Dacia (Renault) Duster was revealed at the Frankfurt Motor Show, it has become one of most anticipated cars in India and the motor enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting its launch in India. The Renault Duster has been around in the country for a while now and has become one of the most sold sub-compact SUV in India
After making its first public debut at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, there are no clues about the rebranding but it is being supposed that the Dacia (Renault) Duster will retain the appearance and features for launch in the Indian subcontinent.
Stronger, Sharper, Sportier all-new Duster
Exteriors of the Dacia (Renault) Duster has been entirely redesigned. According to reports, each panel on the outside of the Dacia (Renault) Duster has been given stronger and more muscular lines. This is being considered as a smart move for enhancing the appearance of the SUV.
The new Dacia (Renault) Duster gets sharper headlamps, a new grille and a redesigned bonnet. The wheel arches get a more carved muscular appearance.
The interior of the Dacia (Renault) Duster has been enhanced considerably. The cabin too gets refreshing features such as new instrument cluster, steering wheel and centre console. The Dacia (Renault) Duster also gets a much-needed upgrade – an all-new infotainment system. Though the company has not yet released an official statement about the engine of the car, yet it is being supposed that the new Renault Duster may continue with the same 1.5-litre diesel engine that currently powers the existing Renault Duster.
Source: Financial Express