On tests seen prototype updated sedan Dacia LoganFebruary 11, 2020
Journalists published photos from the tests of the camouflaged prototype of the Romanian sedan Dacia Logan. The novelty will be positioned as a 2021 model year car.
A couple of minutes ago, our publication received “spy” photos with the prototype of a completely new generation of the Dacia Logan sedan. I hasten to note that the novelty has finally received LED headlights, as well as ordinary door handles, which will replace quite archaic counterparts that open upwards.
Despite the rather strong camouflage, we noticed that the prototype has a slightly sloping roof line, giving the small sedan a more modern profile compared to the “brick” shape of the outgoing Logan. The tailgate window seems to have become a little larger in size than it is now, which could mean that the third generation of the inexpensive sedan from Romania will grow in size.
This should lead to the appearance in the interior of the novelty more legroom for those who are sitting behind.
At the rear, the boot lid remains high and should provide access to a fairly large cargo area. There is no data on luggage capacity yet, but the existing Logan offers 510 liters. Taillights can get if not fully LED optics, then at least partially.
There are still photos of the salon of the novelty but it is reported that Logan will receive an infotainment system with a vertically oriented screen. It is reported that beyond recognition the design of the dashboard will be changed.
Updated versions of Dacia Logan and Sandero will be built on the basis of CMF-B. The basic configuration is likely to be equipped with a naturally aspirated 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine producing 65 hp. and 75 hp
It is expected that both the sedan and the hatchback will be presented at the Paris Motor Show in October this year, and the start of sales is scheduled for the end of this year or the beginning of 2021.
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