2018 Renault Duster has been completely revealed at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show and it gets a refreshed design inside out, using the same underpinnings as its predecessor.
The SUV gets exterior design changes and has received major upgrades on the interior. The international-spec Duster’s dashboard has been redesigned and the navigation system has been moved to the upper portion; that system now includes an optional multi-view camera. The Renault’s redesign also features blind spot warning, and automatic air conditioning and headlights. The latest Duster uses the same platform as the outgoing model and has identical overall dimensions. Also, a notable change is that the windscreen has been moved slightly forward to improve interior space.
Coming to the exterior, the SUV now has a wider front grille and headlights. On the back, the tail-lamps have been moved to the corners to give it a broader appearance.
The new Duster is likely to retain the same engine and gearbox options for international markets like the outgoing model. There is no news of an India launch, as of now.