Renault are planning to use the CMF-A platform which the Kwid is based on to create more body styles including a sedan.
Carlos Ghosn, the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Renault-Nissan Alliance confirmed at the New York Auto Show that the Kwid's CMF-A platform will be used to make even more vehicles for the alliance.
Gosn said, "We're going to come up with more cars on the same platform. For the moment it's one car, but you can expect second, third, fourth with different designs and different shapes. We're obviously going to have crossovers and we're also going to have sedans."
The crossover and sedan will not only be for the Indian market as the Renault-Nissan alliance is expected to ship out to other emerging markets as well.
The Alliance's other brands, Nissan and Datsun are also expected to use the platform to spawn more cars and the platform itself could be used to create a low cost electric car.