India will see the return of Renault’s next-generation Duster.

Renault intends to bring a new generation of Duster with a number of new features and a significant generational boost back to the Indian market. This will be a huge game-changer for the automaker and a fantastic comeback for the duster in the Indian market.

New Gen Renault Duster: What to Expect?


Design and styling:

The upcoming Duster is expected to be longer and based on the Renault CMF-B architecture. This one is probably going to have a more aggressive SUV personality with redesigned front and back fascias. With its new Y-shaped LED DRLs, vertical air vents, and a rugged-looking bumper with foglamps placed on it, the front of the car should have a strong presence. There will be a new Renault logo on this as well. Expect new 18-inch alloy wheels and robust body claddings in the side profile, which provide a powerful SUV presence.

A Y-shaped horizontal LED light system with a modernised rear end and a sturdy bumper design is shown at the back. It most likely has a modern dashboard layout with lots of technological capabilities and a sophisticated appearance. This is probably going to have a new 10.1-inch instrument cluster and a 7.0-inch digital instrument cluster with an improved next-generation duster that looks a little bit like the Dacia SUV. Along with several features that lead the class, it may also be equipped with ADAS technology as an extra safety element to make it stand out in the market.

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It is probable that Renault will launch comparable engine options in international markets, as observed with the Dacia version. Three engine configurations are anticipated for the Duster: a 1.0-litre turbo-petrol, a 1.3-litre turbo-petrol, and a hybrid version with a 1.2-litre turbo coupled to a 48-volt motor for increased efficiency and performance.

Pricing & Launch:

Although the exact variants are unknown at this time, the anticipated price range for the next generation Duster is between 10 and 15 lakhs (ex-showroom). 2025 is probably when Renault will introduce the next generation, the Duster.

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