Upcoming Renault Duster spied testing, India debut expected in 2025
Renault and its sister company Dacia will launch the all-new third-generation Duster SUV internationally in 2024. The photographs show a rebuilt body that is larger and thicker than the one we saw in India.
The new Duster will be boxier in form, with a flatter front end and longer overhangs. Dacia's new slimmer front, which was carried out throughout the range last year as part of small facelifts, also makes an appearance. LED DRLs incorporated into the headlights can be seen surrounding the top and lower grilles with modest inserts and side inlets.
Apart from the bronze-finished ORVMS, the side profile doesn't reveal much but expect massively cladding edgy wheel arches. It gets a new LED taillight, a rear wiper with a washer, and a third brake light integrated into the layered spoiler at the back.
The new Duster will be built on the CMF-B design and might be available in both ICE and mild-hybrid configurations. Other from that, we anticipate the introduction of an all-wheel drive system in the top-spec model.
While the inside of the SUV cannot be seen well in the spy photos, we expect Renault to redesign it. A new touchscreen infotainment system with a connection suite, automated climate control, and a premium sound system are promised. It might have ADAS, six airbags, ABS with EBD, hill hold and descent control, and a 360-degree camera for safety.
It is slated that the Renault Duster will make its worldwide debut next year, with an India launch sometime in 2025.
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