New Renault Kadjar 2022 presented in renders

New Renault Kadjar 2022 presented in renders

March 14, 2021 0 By autotimesnews

Development and tuning of the new 2022 Renault Kadjar started just a couple of weeks ago. The second generation of the French brand’s compact SUV is one of the most anticipated models, undergoing such a radical transformation that the designers were able to translate its design into a render.

Next June will mark six years since Renault Kadjar has been on the market. A compact SUV that debuted with modern styling and more than aesthetic touches carried over by time. Renault, which is embarking on a new era, is already preparing a replacement for one of the company’s most important models, a sales support.

Renault Kadjar 2022 has already begun its development, as its camouflaged prototypes were spotted in winter tests in Northern Europe, and will remain until next fall, when the model is expected to debut. On sale in the spring, it will offer an all-new design shown in the renders that showcases a three-quarter front view in a more modern style.

The front end of the Renault Kadjar appears taller thanks to the horizontal bonnet and thinner LED headlights, from which a ‘C’ shaped LED fang will erupt under the main headlight. The designers of the French brand opted for a radiator grille in a certain retro style, with many vertical stripes painted black and a decorative frame located at the bottom of the bumper.

On the sides of the bumper, the crossover will receive decorative vertical holes, and the aerodynamic holes will direct air towards the wheels. Thus, the details of the Morphoz concept are embodied in the production version. Presumably, the model will receive more compact proportions with a silhouette that will not reflect the familiar format of the current model: it will largely inherit the profile of the new Nissan Qashqai.

Inside, the new Kadjar will also undergo a revolution. A dashboard appears here with a digital instrument cluster and a vertical touchscreen on the center console. The manufacturer will reduce traditional controls as much as possible by centralizing the settings on this screen. Renault will focus on maximum efficiency. The engine range will consist of diesel, three- and four-cylinder turbo-petrol engines with MHEV technology and naturally aspirated hybrids and E-Tech hybrids.