Dacia showed updated Sandero, Sandero Stepway and Logan in teaser

Dacia showed updated Sandero, Sandero Stepway and Logan in teaser

September 3, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The Romanian automaker has published teasers for the first time for the new generation of Sandero, Sandero Stepway and Logan. As stated in the accompanying message, the presentation of new products will take place pretty soon.

Romanian Renault brand Dacia has finally launched an advertising campaign for its third-generation compact Sandero, which will be immediately joined by the raised Sandero Stepway hatchback and Logan sedan. These three machines have been on the market for a long time and will finally be built on new platforms.

The CMF-B was chosen as the platform, on the basis of which the latest generation Renault subcompact hatchbacks were created.

These teaser images are all Dacia wants to show at the moment, but we know the cars will be unveiled “soon.”

Numerous “spy” pictures have shown that the appearance of the new products will be significantly improved. The prototypes seen had LED low beam headlights, which would be nice to have on such an affordable vehicle.

Like it or not, the infotainment system will be available on the tablet, meaning the screen will protrude from the front panel. We expect the Sandero and Logan to get some design cues from the more fashionable Clio, as well as similar interior styling. But it goes without saying that the quality of the materials will be slightly worse.

Most likely, the engine range will be completely borrowed from the current Renault Clio, in particular the 1.3-liter turbocharged petrol engine offered by Renault exclusively with an automatic transmission. The relatively powerful 130bhp four-cylinder will probably not be listed in the Sandero’s specs, but there are rumors of a powerful hybrid version with similar power.

The basis of sales will be represented by three-cylinder 1.0-liter gasoline engines naturally aspirated and turbocharged with an output of 65 to 100 hp. A diesel should also be available, namely a 1.5-liter dCi with either 85 or 115 hp.

Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that a cheap electric crossover from Renault / Dacia was shown on patent images. The Renault subsidiary is going to bring this inexpensive electric novelty to the European market. In early March, Dacia presented a conceptual version of the future Spring electric car during an online presentation.