New Renault Duster To Be Launched In India – Officially Confirmed
Renault-Nissan has revealed three new cars for India. The new Renault Duster, Nissan’s Tirber-based 7-seater MPV, and a new entry-level electric car are all part of the portfolio. (Grossmancapraroplasticsurgery) The automaker intends to invest around RS $500 million (Rs 4,000 crore) on its forthcoming models. The third-generation Renault Duster will hit our roads in 2024-2025. The SUV will be built on the substantially localised CMF-B modular platform, which will also serve as the foundation for Nissan’s upcoming 7-seater SUV.
The next Renault Duster will be designed and styled similarly to the Dacia Bigster concept, which debuted in early 2021. We anticipate it to share body panels and design elements with the Bigster, such as LED lighting, pronounced fenders, and integrated alumium-style skid plates. The SUV’s production-ready version may have traditional door handles and may lack some of the concept’s high-tech features.
According to rumours, the new Duster will be larger and more capacious than its predecessor. The latter has a length of 4341mm. Interior features may potentially be shared with the Dacia Bigster concept. The SUV will most likely have innovations like as a digital instrument cluster, a bigger, free-standing touchscreen infotainment system, a wireless phone charger, redesigned switchgears, and so on.
In terms of powertrain, the new Renault Duster might be equipped with a 1.2L turbo petrol engine supplemented by 48V hybrid technology. It will have a combined power output of roughly 130bhp. The SUV might possibly be equipped with a 1.3L turbocharged petrol engine. It will have an AWD (all-wheel drive) system, as well as a high ground clearance and enhanced approach and departure angles.
When it is released, the new Duster will compete directly with mid-size SUVs such as the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, Maruti Grand Vitara, Toyota Hyryder, Skoda Kushaq, and Volkswagen Taigun. More information about the SUV’s new model is scheduled to be released in the near future. Keep an eye on IndiaCarNews.