Dacia has set its sights on the compact mid-sized car. It describes his Jogger as his first, but certainly not last C-segmenter. Dacia will come in 2025 with an SUV above the Duster. According to the Romanians, that car is their second weapon in the C-segment.
Rewind to January 2021. Dacia then presented the Bigster Concept, a car with which Dacia not only introduced a glimpse of its new house and design language implemented last year, but also sent a clear signal. Dacia would come with a second SUV, a model that is positioned above the Duster. We are now several months on the road in 2023 and we have not heard from that big brother of the Duster for a while. Now it is known when he will come: in two years.
Dacia confirms that it will launch an SUV in 2025 that is based on the Bigster Concept. Dacia has not yet released a name for its second SUV. It is certain, however, that the model will be placed on the CMF-B platform that Dacia also uses under cars such as the Jogger, Sandero and Logan, which is not available in the Netherlands. Just like the Jogger, Dacia’s officially still nameless new SUV will probably also have a hybrid engine version on its delivery list recently. AutoWeek could also show you the new larger SUV from Dacia on a patent image.
But there’s more. Dacia immediately announces the arrival of a new generation of Duster. It comes before the model above it. The new and therefore third generation Duster should appear on the market as early as 2024. The new Duster will use the CMF-B base just like its sister models. The current model is a technical development of the previous Duster on the older B0+ basis. The new generation of Duster will be built in Miovani, Romania, just like the announced second SUV from Dacia. Dacia also reports that it will soon also produce the Jogger in Morocco (Tangier).
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