-Upgraded car for the Indian market to comply with BS-VI and new safety norms
-Updated design elements
-All variants likely to get rear parking sensors, speed warning and passenger seat belt alert
An updated version of the Renault Duster has been spotted doing the rounds. Sources suggest that this will be an India-specific model and not the international spec model that has been on sale since 2017.
This updated Duster is expected to get a BS-VI compliant diesel and petrol engine as well as new bumpers and a bonnet to meet new crash safety norms that will come into effect shortly. In terms of appearance, the new bumpers will change the look of the car but Renault appears to be taking it a step further with a new design for the LED DRLs.
One of the major updates will be the addition of standard features like rear parking sensors, speed warning, passenger seat belt alert and more importantly a fully revised touchscreen infotainment system.
The Duster was the SUV that began this segment of cars and once it's launched in 2020, it will compete against the likes of the Hyundai Creta, Nissan Kicks, Kia SP2i as well as future models from Volkswagen and Skoda.