Finally making its global debut, the much awaited new generation Renault Duster has revealed a revised look that was inspired by the Bigster concept SUV. The 2024 Duster features a redesigned interior with modern styling cues and additional features, along with excellent features like heated seats, a 10.1-inch touchscreen system, and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) capabilities. There are several powertrain choices available, including strong- and mild-hybrid versions of petrol; however, there are no diesel models in the portfolio. With its improved features and updated looks, the new Duster, which is expected to make its debut in the Indian market in 2025, is sure to leave a lasting impression. The Bigster concept vehicle served as the inspiration for the design of the new Duster, which combines recognizable components with a hint of elegance. A sculpted hood with muscular haunches, grille inserts connecting the DRLs, and Y-shaped LED DRLs integrated into the headlights make up the distinctive front end. Highlights of the profile are the strong roof rails, flared rear fender, large roof spoiler, and rugged squared-off wheel arches with cladding. 'Y' shape tail lights, a hefty rear bumper for extra strength, and an attractively upright tailgate.
1. Digital Driver's Display
An instrument cluster that is entirely digital offers an innovative and flexible interface for crucial data.
2. Tech Integration
Electronic device charging made accessible for city commuters by Type C charging ports improves connectivity.
3. Climate Control
By responding to changing weather conditions, automatic climate control maintains a comfortable interior temperature.
4. Infotainment Features
The 10.1-inch touchscreen system has built-in navigation for easy urban traversing in addition to entertainment.
5. Comfortable Seating
Heated front seats improve the comfort of drivers and passengers and have the potential for air circulation in the Indian market.
6. Practical Storage Solutions
To meet the demand for practicality in everyday use, the cabin comes with a large number of carefully planned storage areas.
6. Comprehensive Safety
In addition to electrical devices like the electronic parking brake and hill-hold assist, multiple airbags also play a role in occupant safety.
7. Modern Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)
With the ability to provide functions like collision avoidance and lane deviation warning, ADAS represents an important development in safety technology.
All things considered, the latest model of the Renault Duster blends safety, style, and technology, making it an appealing option for city commuters looking for an innovative and well-equipped vehicle. The much anticipated future Renault Duster is expected to arrive on Indian roads in 2025, marking a significant return to the market. The goal of the Duster's three-year break is to return to the forefront of the highly competitive SUV market. With a price tag around Rs 10 lakh (ex-showroom), the Duster is set to rekindle competition with well-known rivals such as the Maruti Grand Vitara, Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, MG Astor, VW Taigun, and Skoda Kushaq. The strategic decision by Renault to bring back the Duster is in line with the rising demand for SUVs in the Indian market. The Bigster concept SUV served as motivation for multiple design elements of the newly designed Duster.
The Duster seeks to provide a tempting package for SUV fans with its muscular design, Y-shaped LED DRLs, and advanced features like a 10.1-inch a touchscreen system and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS).
With a combination of class, technology, and affordable pricing, the Duster is expected to make a strong comeback as a competitor in the SUV market in India. Enthusiasts and interested parties will see a new phase in the Duster's history in India as the introduction draws near. Watch this space for additional information on this fascinating development! The third-gen Duster sits on the CMF-B platform that underpins multiple Dacia, Renault and Nissan models. The new Renault Duster continues with its butch looks that give it a rugged, off-roader appeal. It does come with quite a few design cues seen on the Dacia. At 4.34 metres long, the new Duster is a shade longer than the outgoing model, but looks more aggressive. The front looks similar to newer Dacia models that are sold overseas. The Duster SUV, however, will have some design differences when it makes its debut next year. There will be a seven-seat version as well, that will see light of day a little later. At 2,657mm, the Duster has a slightly shorter wheelbase than the outgoing model.