We have known for some time that the new generation of the Dacia Logan MCV would have been different from the current one, but without having any idea what “different” means in this case. In fact, the company has never unbuttoned itself, leaving the heir of its minivan shrouded in mystery.
The first clues come today from the first ones spy photos, which show the appearance of the new Logan, much more robust (although the camouflages could except deceit) and high from the ground than the current one.
Look da crossover
Of course, the bonnet crossed by the showy convexities is the result of a skilful interplay of false elements, while the imposing front hidden by the camouflages betrays a clear change of style, closer to that of a crossover and SUV. However, nothing as impressive as that of the Bigster concept seen a few weeks ago.
It could be one Stepway version, with a look similar to that of the Sandero, which will complement the classic version. Looking at the rest of the bodywork then we can be pretty sure that it is not the much talked about “Grand Duster”, 7-seater version coming – it seems – at a later time. Even more evident is the change in the rear with vertically developed lights.
The photos also allow you to take a peek inside, where you seem to see the infotainment monitor derived from the new Sandero.
The basis of the new Dacia Logan should be the CMF-B platform of Renault Clio and Captur with turbo petrol engines with power up to 100 HP, while they should not be part of the diesel engine range.
Their place will likely be taken by the electrified full hybrid and plug-in units of the Renault cousins, arriving however in a period following the launch.
Source: Motor1.com Italia – News by it.motor1.com.
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