2025 Dacia Bigster SUV – Although it is only the beginning of 2021, Dacia has already begun teaser games for a new model which will launch in the middle decade. The Bigster won’t arrive before 2024 or 2025. It will be joined by a Lada counterpart. The CMF-B platform will be the sole architecture for Group Renault’s low-cost brands, in Romania and Russia. They will also share as much as 85 percent of the parts among the models.
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The flashy details usually reserved for prototype cars have been removed. The new SUV’s minimalist design features more simple headlights that were inherited from Logan / Sandero and traditional door handles that don’t hide near the C-pillar. The front bumper is now equipped with radar and parking sensors. However, the side profile shows the simple square wheel arches. The artist also modified the side mirrors and alloy wheels to tone down the design. This makes the SUV more practical for driving.
Denis Le Vot, the CEO and Executive Vice President of Dacia & Lada Brands stated that the Bigster’s new logo will not be used on a production model. The Duster’s next facelift will use the 2008 logo. It is expected that it will take place in 2022. The badge currently in use looks almost like a bottle opener. The new badge is reminiscent of the DeLorean DMC logo. Dacia claims that “Bigster” was the name of the coffee machine. In 2025, there is still much to do. The company is yet to decide if the production model will retain the current nameplate, or change it to a different one. The debut of the Dacia C-segment hybrid-powered model will be highlighted by an SUV-like feature. It will be placed above the Duster.
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According to Dacia’s official product roadmap, there will be two more B-segment cars. One of them will arrive in 2020, and the other in 2024. There were rumors about a seven-seat Grand Duster, but it isn’t clear what form these cars will take.