Renault Duster's New Generation Revealed Prior to Global Launch

The upcoming debut of the new generation Renault Duster is set to take place in Turkey soon, with expectations for its arrival in India by next year or early 2026. Leaked images of the next iteration of the Renault Duster have surfaced online ahead of its global unveiling in Turkey. These images reveal differences in design elements such as the grille section and LED headlamp signatures, distinguishing it from the previously introduced Dacia Bigster concept.

While there are variations in the alloy wheel designs between the Renault and Dacia versions, several core visual components remain consistent, including the bonnet structure, tailgate, Y-shaped LED tail lamps, skid plates, and bumpers. Inside, the new Duster draws inspiration from the Dacia Bigster concept and shares a range of equipment and technologies.

new Duster draws inspiration from the Dacia Bigster

Highlighted features of the new model include a floating touchscreen infotainment system with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, a flat-bottom steering wheel with mounted controls, multiple airbags, automatic climate control, and Y-shaped trim on the HVAC vents. Additionally, a new digital instrument cluster is included.

In terms of performance, the all-new Renault Duster is expected to offer three engine options: a 1.0L turbo petrol engine producing approximately 140 hp, a 1.3L turbo petrol engine delivering 170 hp and also being flex-fuel compliant, and a 1.2L petrol hybrid engine capable of generating 170 hp. Transmission choices include manual and automatic, with the option of a 4WD system.

1.2L petrol hybrid engine capable of generating 170 hp. Transmission choices include manual and automatic, with the option of a 4WD system

Renault’s presence in India was solidified through the popularity of the Duster nameplate, which played a crucial role in establishing the midsize SUV segment in the country. While the second generation of the Duster did not reach the Indian market, there are expectations for the third-generation model to arrive by 2025. Renault and Nissan are reportedly planning significant product expansions in the coming years, with a focus on localizing the CMF-B platform.

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