Dacia is celebrating 1.5m vehicles made on the X90 platform image

The Romanian based automaker Dacia is celebrating the development of 1.5 million vehicles on the X90 platform, including the Logan, Logan MCV, Logan Van, Logan Pick-Up and Sandero Stepway.

According to the car manufacturer, the 1.5 millionth car to roll out of the Mioveni production line was a Logan sedan, which has been already ordered by a Romanian customer. Dacia says that the vehicle “wearing” the 1.5 million number on it is a Red Passion finished Logan, powered by the 1.2 liter engine which is developing a total output of 75 horsepower.

During the eight years since the first Dacia Logan has been developed at the Mioveni facility, the range of vehicles made on the X90 platform had a constant evolution and, according to the Romanian based automaker, it now has five models: the Logan, the Logan MCV, the Logan Van, the Logan Pick-Up and the Sandero with its Stepway version, available in 13 equipment versions and two limited editions for the Sandero range.

Dacia says that the Mioveni plant can develop a total of 1.389 cars / day and 90 percent of them are now being exported. As a reminder, the Logan sedan has been launched back in 2006, while the Logan MCV has been presented to the public two years later, at the Paris Auto Show. The Logan Van came in 2007 and in 2008, at the Geneva Motor Show, the Sandero has been officially launched and in 2009, the Sandero Stepway has seen daylight for the first time.