The first teaser of a seven-seater minivan from Dacia

The first teaser of a seven-seater minivan from Dacia

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Romanian-based budget car manufacturer Dacia has released a teaser for a new seven-seater that will likely replace the current Lodgy van and the Logan MCV station wagon. The novelty will be shown at the Munich Motor Show.

The budgetary division of the French brand Renault, the Romanian company Dacia, will be present at the IAA motor show, which will move from Frankfurt to Munich this year. There the company will show its new car. It does not have an official name yet, but it has been dubbed “a versatile seven-seat family car.”

Of course, this is a serial version of those prototypes with a long roof that foreign journalists have seen in recent months (photo below).

The new Dacia lineup is expected to replace both the Logan MCV station wagon and the Lodgy van. Depending on when it goes on sale, it could be the first model of the Romanian brand with the new fashion logo introduced a few weeks ago.

Some might be tempted to say that the new model that Dacia will unveil on September 3 in Germany will be the Bigster, a larger C-segment crossover located above the recently redesigned Duster. However, even though the concept of this car was presented at the beginning of the year, its production version should actually not appear until the middle of the decade.

Meanwhile, the upcoming three-row model is expected to be a hybrid crossover and minivan based on the latest generation Logan and Sandero. Hopefully, Dacia will offer a vehicle with a more powerful engine and enough power to carry seven people and some luggage.

At the IAA in September, Dacia will unveil the restyled Duster and the Spring electric crossover. Parent company Renault is also attending the show to unveil the production version of its Megane E-Tech electric crossover, a sister model to the Nissan Ariya.

Comments
  • MedialexApril 4, 2021 22:51

    Although it is definitely an unfinished replica, I would be interested in contact details, anyway. Maybe this could be an interesting project.

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