The first image with a production version of the Renault Alaskan Concept has hit the web recently and it is showing us how the model may look like once it will be ready for its future customers.
If you are constantly reading the automotive news than you most likely know everything there is to know about the Renault Alaskan Concept, including the fact that it has been officially unveiled, over the web, a couple of weeks ago. The model in question is now being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the help of its first rendering, which is showing us how this may look like in its final production form.
The image posted above is nothing more than a simple rendering, put together by X-Tomi Design, and it has been brought with the smaller and more conventional alloy wheels and tires, replacing the 21-inch ones. The vehicle is also coming with normal side mirrors, with the dropped “roof thingy” of the concept and with a front fascia which is making it look more “normal”. The whole design of the pickup truck now seems to have been based on the Nissan Navara and not on the Duster Oroch. If it will indeed make its way into production is not known officially at this point but some voices are saying that we should expect a similar vehicle to hit the market, probably in 2016 or a year later.