Rumored to gain an additional row of seats.
The 2017 Renault (Dacia) Duster has been rendered based on the Datsun GO-Cross concept, by Auto-Moto. The latter was unveiled at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show last month.
The next generation Duster is reported to continue with the same 'Dacia B0' platform, that was introduced by the Romanian brand ten years ago on the Dacia Logan. The Duster was the third model on the platform, after the Sandero. The underpinnings now serve a wide variety of passenger cars, including a hatchback, a sedan, a station wagon, a minivan, an MPV and an SUV.
The Datsun GO-Cross concept is based on the Datsun Go+ platform though according to the company, it hasn't been green lit for production just yet.
Prior to the launch of the next generation Duster, Renault India will first work on bringing the Duster facelift, which apart from getting a host of exterior and interior changes, debuts Renault's AMT system in India.
[Rendering - Auto-Moto]