The 2025 Dacia Bigster Concept.
The new Dacia flagship SUV rumors surrounding a have been circulating for years. The Group Renault newly announced Renaulution strategic plan sees Alpine becoming an EV brand and joining forces with Lotus for an electric sports car but there is also news about the budget brand Dacia. The Romanian marque will be expanded in the years to come with the addition of three new models, one of which will compete in the C-segment.
It will be 181.1 inches long, thus making it about 11 inches longer than the aforementioned Duster. The compact SUV is being engineered to accommodate hybrid and alternative powertrains with the latter likely meaning liquified petroleum gas and or compressed natural gas.
Its silhouette is not far off from the Duster, but from a design standpoint, the Bigster looks like no vehicle in Dacia portfolio. It has a very futuristic lighting signature up front, chunky cladding on the lower parts of the body made of recycled plastic, a muscular bonnet, wide fenders and Y-shaped horizontal taillights. Unless Dacia surprises us, you should expect a far less dramatic design when the vehicle hits production in around four years from now.
Eagle eyed readers will notice Dacia appears to have a new logo, but details about whether it will actually be used going forward are not available for now. If that is the case, the low cost brand will follow Kia, and General Motors as both companies recently refreshed their brand identities.
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