After months of speculations and spy images, Renault has finally unveiled the Triber. The much awaited compact MPV looks well balanced on the outside, has a compact yet efficient petrol engine and a flexible cabin. The latter is the talking point of the Triber and here are the top four highlights that you should know.
Flexible seven seater layout
Even though it falls under the crucial 4-metre length mark, the Triber can seat up to seven occupants. The 2+3+2 layout has several seating configurations, however, the third row is suitable only for kids. The boot space, meanwhile, is rated at 625-litres which is more than good enough for a car of this segment.
As you may have spotted in the interior pictures, the Triber features a rather minimalistic-looking dashboard design. You get a digital instrument cluster and multiple materials over the dash top but it’s the middle section that neatly integrates the touchscreen infotainment system and the AC controls. The plastic section below it houses just the start/stop button for a clean appearance.
Touchscreen infotainment system with smartphone mirroring tech
The Triber gets what Renault calls ULC 4.0 infotainment system. Besides the regular connectivity options, this 8-inch system also comes integrated with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay and push-to-talk and video playback. It also comes with GPS navigation for easier driving.
The top-spec Triber will get several features that are now standard on budget offerings. These include keyless entry and push button start. What’s new to this segment though are dedicated air vents for the second and third row of seats. There’s also a fully digital instrument console and multiple storage options.