New Dacia Duster set for Frankfurt launch | New Release - Car News Aug 2017

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14:36 Thursday 31 Aug 2017

Dacia have confirmed that their all-new Duster will debut at next month’s Frankfurt Motor Show.

The new Duster has a tough act to follow, replacing its million-selling predecessor, but Dacia have produced fresh contemporary styling for its flagship SUV model. A wider grille and new lighting signature, including LED daytime running lights, gives the Duster a more distinctive frontal appearance, with sculpted crease lines to produce an assertive stance. A brand new Atacama Orange body colours compliments the new look nicely, as do the inclusion of larger, satin-chrome-finish skid plates. At higher belt line adds robust feel, while the windscreen has been brought forward 100mm to create a roomier feel in the cabin. New aluminium roof bars, 17-inch wheels, and wheel arches with black wing arch trims enhance the rugged looks. highlight the car’s adventurer credentials. Rearward are prominent haunches and a four red stacked squares rear lighting signature.

More information on the all-new Duster’s trim and equipment levels will be confirmed when Dacia unveil the model in Frankfurt on 12 September.

 

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