Dacia to present All-New Duster, New Spring, & Sandrider at Geneva Motor Show

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MORE DUSTER, STILL DUSTER

The latest version of the Dacia’s iconic SUV, Duster, will make its first official public appearance at the 2024 Geneva Motor Show.

Born in 2010, then renewed for the first time in 2017, the Duster has established itself by going against the norms of the SUV market. Duster has been met with resounding success with more than 2.2 million units produced to date.

Developed on the CMF-B platform, this third generation Duster is more robust and assertive with its design, offers a range of engines to suit everyone’s needs, including the ECO G100 LPG, HYBRID 140, and the 48V TCe 130 mild-hybrid available in 4×2 and 4×4 transmission.

NEW SPRING: MORE APPEALING THAN EVER, STILL AS ELECTRIFYING

The New Spring features an all-new exterior and interior design.

The New Spring is Europe’s only full-electric car to weigh less than a tonne. Despite being compact, it still boasts the best loading capacity in its segment and many nifty features.

It is more digital than ever, with a customizable digital dashboard featuring a 7-inch screen and a 10-inch multimedia central screen.

More versatile than ever, the New Spring features a 45 hp engine on the Essential and Expression trims, and 65 hp on the Expression and Extreme trims.

As affordable as ever, the New Spring remains the electric car boasting Europe’s best price-performance ratio.

SANDRIDER: MISSION OBJECTIVE – TAKE ON THE DAKAR 2025!

In Geneva, Dacia will showcase its prototype vehicle that the Dacia Sandriders will first race in 2025 in the Dakar Rally before heading to the World Rally-Raid Championship.

Dacia is constantly redefining the essentials through leveraging its three brand markers: Essential but Cool, Robust & Outdoor, and Eco-Smart.

Dacia’s strategy is a perfect match for what’s needed to take on The Dakar: a life-sized technological laboratory committed to low-carbon mobility.

The race will be an opportunity for Dacia to put its focus on the essentials to the test in the most challenging terrain. It will focus on its commitment to affordable decarbonisation, with Sandrider running on synthetic fuel made by Aramco.

Sandrider’s design has been inspired by feedback from racing crews from the very beginning and is perfectly consistent with Dacia’s DNA.

Dacia will also present its range incorporating the latest GSR II regulations.