The new Renault Kiger showed on renderingsJuly 15, 2020
At the moment, tests of serial samples are coming to an end. Based on the photos, the images of the novelty were made. It is worth noting that the new subcompact cross got a very stylish and bright appearance.
Renault completes testing its new Kiger crossover. The model has repeatedly come across the lenses of cameras of spyware and is one of the most anticipated in the car market of India. Designers of the reputable publication indianautosblog.com on renderings showed what the serial version of a compact cross might look like. The images show that Renault Kiger generally uses the stylistics of the Kwid model, but the novelty has received a more stylish and expressive appearance.
We note the presence of Renault Kiger more clearly defined line of the hood, roof rails, two additional wipers. Headlights will get a very interesting shape – due to the narrow design, they combine well with the grille pattern. Renault Kiger receives a slight aerodynamic body kit, and 16-inch wheels with an original design complete the image. Some technical details about the new product are already known – it is built on the CMF-A + platform, which is used for the Renault Triber minivan.
From the point of view of technology, the car is expected to be very modern – the interior will be decorated with a modern infotainment complex, a fully digital dashboard and a multi-function steering wheel.
The engine range will consist of two engines with a displacement of 1.0 liter. The atmospheric version with a return of 72 hp will become the base, and the turbocharged engine will receive 100 hp. As the transmission will be used 6-speed manual transmission or 6-speed automatic transmission. The new Renault Kiger will enter the market in early 2021, and it should officially be presented before the end of this year.
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