Duster, a hot cake for Renault India which whisks off the sales floor within minutes, and also a reason the company earning its bread and butter in this country, has actually sworn into a new face in Brazil. Officially, the carmaker unveiled the 2015 facelift version of the SUV there, where these new images came shortly within a week after the spy-shots last week abreacted the vehicle reached dealership.
Hopping on the front, changes came in the form of black-glossed twin-slat front grill, new headlamps, daytime running lights, and an addition of skid plate to pose for its character. Additionally, the roof rails and tail lamps went under the knife.
Step inside the cabin, a new central may attack the eyes with glossy black finish. Refreshed infotainment system and seat fabrics are other noticeable amendments.
For Brazil, Renault Duster uses a 1.6-litre petrol and a 2.0-litre diesel unit with a mix of manual and auto gearboxes.
In India, for the 2015 make this French automaker had rolled off Duster with minute changes inside the cabin, but hadn’t conveyed to launch this new version anytime soon.