The much-talked-about sub-four-metre seven-seater vehicle, the Renault Triber has been globally unveiled in India. The Triber is a ‘super spacious’ and ‘ultra-modular’ product offering from the company. The vehicle is based on a modified CMF-A platform.
The Renault Triber has muscular character lines on the hood and has sporty roof rails. The vehicle draws its design inspiration from the Captur and it sits on sporty 165/80R14 CEAT Fuelsmarrt tyres. The vehicle further gets sleek wraparound projector headlamps that compliment the chrome grille. It also gets LED DRLs in place of the fog lamps and a faux scuff plate.
At the time of launch, the Renault Triber will be powered by a 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine producing 71bhp/96Nm. This one-litre engine is already on use in many of Renault's European market minis and will be offered here with a five-speed as well as a five-speed automated manual transmission.