Frankfurt Live – Dacia stylists dust out a new front for the Duster

Posted on: Sep 10, 2013 - 4:27pm IST

Explained as “more Duster than ever,” the Dacia Duster facelift made its world premiere here at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Dacia says they upgraded the vehicle’s looks, but largely retained the original car’s design, which is cited as the main factor behind its worldwide success.

Front fascia of the 2014 Dacia Duster facelift
We like the new Chrome grille.

According to Dacia’s marketers, the design cues on the makeover increasingly hint at the 4X4 capability of the vehicle. The grille is redesigned with two chrome-plated slabs. The air-intakes, following a redesign, are housed at a lower point on the front.

Rearof the 2014 Dacia Duster facelift
The rear gets reprofiled taillights and new 4WD sticker.

The headlamps are “double-optic” units and come infused with daytime running lamps. Other new bits on the car include Duster-branded roof rails with slatted supports, 16-inch “Dark Metal” alloys that are wrapped with “Mud and Snow” tires.

Side of the 2014 Dacia Duster facelift

Moving around to the back of the car, the Duster facelift receives differently detailed taillights, a chrome-tipped exhaust pipe, and a 4X4 badge in a different font.

The makeover is to underscore the Dacia Duster’s “on-road stance and robust, go-anywhere character.”

Dashboard of the 2014 Dacia Duster facelift
The interior design and finish are improved.

For the full details, head over to Page 2 to view the press release.

Dacia Duster Facelift Image Gallery

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One thought on “Frankfurt Live – Dacia stylists dust out a new front for the Duster

  1. Shakir Hussain says:

    I want to know when the Facelift Renault Duster is coming in India, and what’s the news about Maruti SX4 Crossover…

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