Rendered: Next-Gen Dacia Duster Spy Shots

Upgraded Model with Increased Sophistication

It’s reasonable to affirm the Duster is a significant vehicle for Dacia. As proof, over 197,100 units were sold globally in 2020 and it has exceeded 2 million cumulative sales since its debut in 2010. More noticeably, in Europe, last year it was the number one SUV on the private buyer market and the second bestselling model overall of Dacia. The new generation Duster was declared by the Romanian auto maker recently this year and only about a week ago, we showcased the first spy shots of it. Subsequently, because of our associates at, we can now observe an early look into the upcoming successor of the Duster.

The gallery observed underneath is not a series of official renderings or photographs. Notwithstanding, these visually stunning creations were built from the groundwork of spy shots to attempt to expose all the camouflage that had been used. The initial view of the new Duster disclosed a concealed standard liberally arranged with its producing body and lights. Although there wasn’t everything on display, it proved possible to discern the model’s extensive dimension and blocky profile, in addition to minor pieces such as the back disc brakes and rear-door handles tucked away within the C-pillar.

The styling language of the all-new Duster was revealed to the public; courtesy of the Bigster concept produced by Dacia. Its final production version will eventually turn out to be the brand’s first vehicle in the C-segment genre, when it reaches store shelves some time in 2025. Coming it at 4.6 meters (181 inches), it is notably bigger than its predecessor, and will provide more space for occupants inside its cabin. In addition, this transformation to the Renault-Nissan Mitsubishi CMF-B platform would bring about enhancements in terms of stowage capacity, making the new Duster more user-friendly than the old model.

Referring to the fresh foundations, the CMF-B architechture, which is managed by some other Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi models, will give Dacia a chance to install a hybrid powertrain in its Duster. It appears that a hybrid drivetrain without a charging port shared with the Jogger estate may be expected, as well as, hopefully, a plug-in system possibly being slated for introduction. Evidently, it is too soon to ascertain whether a diesel engine will be provided in the new Duster.

It is projected that we will catch a glimpse of the new Duster towards the close of this year, with potential commencement of sales happening at the start of 2024. Until then, we can anticipate manifold spy pictures, so make sure to stay updated!


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