Renault Duster Oroch Concept was revealed at the 2014 Sao Paulo Motor Show in Brazil. The Duster Oroch is a designing implementation for a fun pick-up truck with plenty room for five people and the strong posture of a full SUV. Duster Oroch show car is a creation of the Renault design centre for Latin America (RDAL) in Sao Paulo. The Renault Duster Oroch offers a voluminous cabin, panoramic glass sunroof, large front and rear bumpers, a really high ground clearance, cool 18-inch wheels (255x60 R18) and broad side protective mouldings.

"The Renault Duster Oroch is a concrete illustration of our strategy to develop products tailored to our Latin American markets," explains Denis Barbier, Senior Vice President, Chairman of the Americas Region. "Based on the Renault Duster, which is one of our best-selling models in the region, the show car explores the world of pick-ups - a segment we're absent from at the moment but which totals around 900,000 vehicles sold each year."

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