All-new 7-seater Renault Duster spied ahead of global unveil

The upcoming Dacia Bigster (three-row Duster) will be similar in length to the latest-gen Volkswagen Tiguan.

The all-new Dacia Bigster (7-seater version of the new-gen Duster) has been spied undergoing testing in Spain.

The all-new three-row SUV will borrow design cues from the recently unveiled 2025 Duster, both of which, have been inspired by the brand's Bigster concept from 2021. The spy images of the upcoming 3-row Duster showcase the SUV featuring a set of slim LED headlights with integrated LED DRLs, a blacked-out grille, a large air intake on the front bumper and Y-shaped LED tail lights at the rear; among others.

As per reports, the upcoming Dacia Bigster (three-row Duster) will measure 4.6 metres in length; similar to the latest-gen Volkswagen Tiguan. It will be underpinned by the same CMF-B platform as the 2025 Duster SUV, which will help keep costs down.

Inside, the three-row SUV will carry forward a lot of features and tech from the Duster. This includes the 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system, 7-inch digital instrument cluster and a bunch of other creature comforts as well.

Renault is yet to announce the powertrain options on the upcoming SUV.

The upcoming Dacia Bigster (7-seater Duster) is expected to be unveiled globally sometime by the end of 2024 or early 2025. Pricing for the upcoming Bigster is expected to start from GBP 20,000.

Source: AutoExpress

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