Renault Duster Facelift Officially Teased, to be Launched in India on July 8
The new Duster facelift is expected to arrive with a slightly tweaked design and additional features.
2020 Renault Duster Spied (Image Source: Facebook/Digvijay Singh)
After numerous unofficial spotting, Renault has finally put out an official teaser with its launch date of the new Duster facelift. The new Duster is expected to hit the showrooms on July 8. The car was recently spotted in the flesh while being shot for a commercial near the Zojila pass in Jammu and Kashmir.
The model is slated to arrive later this year and has been subjected to a subtle change in design.
Reports suggest that Renault India has is undertaking major investment to update the current car considering it has not been much of a chartbuster in terms of sales. Moreover, this will also call for the addition of new features such as interior updates and safety-related changes.
The previous spotting of the car revealed aesthetic changes at the front that includes a new grille that is inspired by the Dacia Duster. This sits above a redesigned bumper as well. The headlamps have been tweaked and have been graced with new projector beams alongside LED DRLs. Apart from the new set of alloy wheels, the car’s side profile has been retained in comparison with the outgoing model.
At the back, the tailgate of the new Duster has been flatted which sits above a new rear bumper. The upcoming model also boasts matte black applique pasted at either end. The 2020 Renault Duster will be mandated to meet the new crash norms and might not need major changes. The new model is speculated to arrive with a host of safety features including dual-airbags, Electronic Stability Program (ESP). Mechanically, the 2020 model is expected to be powered by the same 1.5-litre diesel engine that will be BS-VI compliant.
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