Renault has recently launched the Kwid Climber edition in India. It will also start promoting the vehicle through their TVC from today. But, what is all the hype around this hatchback? This photo gallery will give you an in-depth detail of the new variant, which is basically a cosmetically enhanced iteration of the regular model. Check out the pictures.
The Renault Kwid Climber is based on the 1.0-litre version and is offered only in the top-end RXT (O) trim. Deliveries of the vehicle have begun through Renault dealerships across India.
Renault India has introduced it in a stylish colour combination of electric blue and orange. Other shades available include outback bronze and planet grey.
Upfront, the cosmetic changes include a new bumper with larger fog lamp housings. The silver bash plates get orange inserts similar to what can be seen on the OVRMs.
The Kwid is known for its SUVish look and the carmaker has made the Climber look even more muscular thanks to the beefier cladding on wheel arches and doors.
The car's roof rails also get orange embellishments, while there is a 'CLIMBER' badging on the front door and the tail gate.
Previously, Renault India offered the Kwid with rims and wheel caps. However, this is the first time that the Kwid, in its Climber iteration, rides on new six-spoke 13-inch alloy wheels.
The Climber's interior features a layout which is similar to that of the standard Kwid. However, there are subtle changes differentiating it from the regular version.
There are some orange-coloured inserts around the centre console, AC vents, door pads and seat upholstery. This goes with the overall theme and colour combination of the car.
The gear lever too gets a dual-tone grey and orange treatment, while the seats are still adorned with the same fabric. However, they get a new pattern to add to the cabin’s appeal.
The steering wheel sports a 'Climber' insignia on the lower spoke. Meanwhile, the instrument cluster and surrounding equipment remains unchanged.
There are no powertrain-related changes. So, the Climber continues to be powered by the 1.0-litre three-cylinder SCe petrol mill.
This engine churns out 67bhp of power and 91Nm of torque. It can be had with either a five-speed manual or a five-speed AMT (automated manual transmission).