Renault Triber debuted in India, last week, with a promise of bringing modularity and smart packaging into a sub-four-meter car. The Triber is based on a modified CMF-A platform, which aims to offer flexible seating for seven adults in a compact size. Now, the official dimensions and colour schemes of the Triber have been revealed ahead of the car's launch in India in the months to come.
As far as dimensions are concerned, the Renault Triber will have a length of 3990mm, a width of 1739mm, a height of 1,643mm (without roof rails) and a wheelbase of 2636mm. The car comes with a ground clearance of 182mm (unladen), while the vehicle's kerb weight is 947kg. The modified CMF-A+ platform has been designed to offer best-in-segment roominess and flexibility. It gets a shoulder room of 1356mm in the first row and 1330mm in the second row. The last row of seats will have a shoulder room of 1216mm in the third row.
The Renault Triber has a front track of 1547mm and a rear track of 1545mm. It will feature 165/80-section tyres with 14-inch rims as standard, while the top-spec models will get 185/65-section tyres with 15-inch alloy wheels. The Triber will be available in five colour options - Ice Cool White, Moonlight Silver, Electric Blue, Fiery Red and a new orange paint scheme.
The Renault Triber will come with AC vents and a 12V power socket in each row. The car will also pack comfort and convenience features like a cooled central storage area, a cooled glove box, 31-litres storage area inside the cabin and up to 620-litres of boot space capacity in the five-seater configuration.
Renault Triber will be powered by a 1.0-litre three-cylinder 'Energy' petrol motor that develops 71bhp and 96Nm. It will be available with a five-speed manual and AMT gearbox options. While the Triber doesn't have a direct competitor, it will rival B-segment hatchbacks like Maruti Suzuki Swift, Hyundai Grand i10 and the Ford Figo. Expect it to be priced between Rs 4-7 lakhs (ex-showroom).