Renault was present at Sao Paulo Auto Show in Brazil with a quite interesting stand. Among the models and concepts with which the French manufacturer has delighted audiences includes the Renault DCross concept.
The prototype is based on Renault Duster that was modified to cope with tough off-road conditions. For now, Renault wants to sell it only in Brazil, but it is possible to see a version intended primary for European market.
Renault DCross concept car comes with a body painted in green, with wings widened and a number of additional safety features. On roof was placed a spare tire, designed to attract the attention of any passerby.
Olivier Murguet, CEO of Renault Brazil: "In Brazil customers love the rough image of the Duster, so this takes that to the maximum," "We never do anything without having a good idea of where we're going. This is a vision of the future," [via renaultblog.org]
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