Romanian brand Dacia, owned by Renault, presented a teaser of the future Bigster crossover, which will surpass Duster in size. The new model will be part of the company’s development strategy called Renaulution.
The new C-class crossover will be built on the CMF-B modular platform, which currently produces the Logan and Sandero models. According to preliminary data, the length of the future novelty will be 4,600 millimeters, which is 280 millimeters more than the current Duster. In addition, representatives of Dacia said that the Bigster will receive a seven-seat cabin.
In the teaser, the new crossover is equipped with narrow led front optics, original v-shaped taillights, as well as protective plastic linings on the bumper and wheel arches. It is expected that the range of units of the new SUV will include petrol turbo engines of 1.0 and 1.3 liters, as well as a one-and-a-half-liter diesel engine. In addition, the new model will be available in a modification with a hybrid powertrain E-Tech.
The premiere of the Bigster crossover will take place no earlier than 2025. Until then, Dacia plans to present two more new products, which should debut in 2022 and 2024.