The next generation of the Dacia Duster is believed to come over the next three years and it will be badged, just like the current version, as a Renault in some markets.
Dacia has been producing the Duster for quite a few years now and more than a year ago, the company has introduced a facelifted version of the model which came, besides the modified front fascia and rear end, with an infotainment system, for the first time, with a cruise control and speed limiter and also with a brand new engine. But it seems that the current version of the Duster will remain in production until 2017, when the car manufacturer is planning to introduce a next generation of the model.
The announcement hasn’t been made official just yet, but according to the guys from Auto Plus Magazine, the popular SUV will get new safety features, in its future generation, along with a wider range of trim levels and a more modern dashboard. The popular 1.5 liter dCi diesel engine is believed to be carried over, along with the newly introduced 1.2 liter TCe. More details on the next generation Dacia Duster are limited for the moment and will be announced close to its debut.