At the Sau Paulo Motor Show in Brazil, the French car maker Renault has showcased the Duster D-Cross concept, as small hints at the design language a facelifted Duster could take in the coming years. With the 2014 Duster, the Renault is already prepared to counterattack the Ford EcoSport. The Renault Duster facelift might see the light of the day sometime in mid-2014.
Thanks to CarPlace for the rendered image of the facelifted Duster, which carry’s the headlamps of the DCross concept. The changes incorporated in the new model include the stylish headlamps and the fog lights are no longer round instead rectangular in shape. Also the average looking chrome plated grill of the current car, the new front grill looks sophisticated and in line with the French car maker’s new design language.
The changes in the rear are expected to be minimal with the bigger tail lamps like the ones debuted on the DCross concept and don’t expect the changes elsewhere on the exterior. On the inside, the multi function touch-screen display which is now placed low in the center console, is expected to be moved to the top of the dashboard for better access.
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Source – Carplace.virgula.uol.com.br