The Renault-Nissan Alliance will enter the Indian vehicle market in 2024. Renault will go big with a complete product onslaught that is slated to begin in mid-2024, after lying low for the last two years. This list includes a two-row SUV, a three-row SUV, and an A-segment electric car, as well as improvements to its current vehicle lineup. Here are all the Upcoming Renault Cars In India In 2024
2024 Renault Duster
This will be Renault’s most important automobile for the coming decade because it is an established nameplate for them, and restoring it will allow them to attract a bigger portion of Duster enthusiasts as well as first-time purchasers. The new Duster was unveiled in November of this year, with a fresh design, cabin, and feature set. This will be the first Duster without a diesel engine, but it will also be the first Duster with a full-hybrid kit. We anticipate a mid-2024 debut in India, with costs ranging from Rs. 12 lakh to Rs. 20 lakh.
Renault Jogger MPV
Renault will quadruple its D-segment bets with a three-row vehicle to compete with the Maruti XL6 and the Kia Carens. This will most likely be a localized version of the Jogger MPV. The cabin, feature set, and underpinnings of this MPV will be shared with the new Duster, but it will have three rows of seats with both six- and seven-seat arrangements. Given the current pricing in the market, we anticipate a Rs. 1 lakh premium over the Duster.
Renault Kwid Electric
With an A-segment vehicle, the French automaker will finally enter the world of EVs. The most obvious possibility is an electrified version of the Kwid. It already exists as the Dacia/Renault Spring, which has the same design, features, and configuration as the ICE Kwid and a range of 225km. With cars like the Comet, eC3, Tiago, and Tigor EVs, competition in the Rs. 10-12 lakh EV segment is heating up. This is a massive opportunity for future volumes and should have a significant influence if Renault plays its cards correctly!
2024 Renault Kiger And Triber
In 2024, we may expect changes to the Kiger and Triber in terms of features, with the majority of them based on the Kardian SUV in the Brazilian market. Level-1 ADAS, a fully digital instrument cluster, ventilated seats, and new color schemes both inside and outside the car are among the improvements.