French auto major Renault has revealed the Duster Extreme Concept at the 2016 Sao Paulo Auto Show in Brazil. The Duster Extreme Concept is an extreme off-road vehicle.
The concept Duster offroader is developed by RDAL (Renault Design Latin America), Renault's design centre which is based in Brazil.
The Renault Duster Extreme Concept highlights the off-roading capabilities of Duster when modified with appropriate accessories.
This concept vehicle is developed specially for the Sao Paulo Auto Show. The concept model uses the 2-litre AWD Duster and modified with performance components and accessories to take the off-roading abilities of the vehicle to a higher level.
The concept vehicle looks unique with its special materials and colours. The exterior of the Duster Extreme Concept features grey bodywork and red accessories.
The extreme offroader sports off-road tyres, raised suspension, tow hook, fender flares, side rack with LED light bars, side stairs and roof rack with LED light bars.
The interior of the Duster Extreme Concept features red colour detailing on various elements, Extreme lettering embossed on the dashboard and 4WD lettering on the steering wheel.
Renault has not stated any changes to the engine in this concept version. Which means the Duster Extreme Concept is powered by 2-litre flex-fuel four-cylinder petrol engine which produces 143bhp and 198Nm of torque.
The engine running with ethanol fuel produces 148bhp and 205Nm of peak torque. The currently sold Duster 4x4 is equipped with six-speed manual gearbox but the interior images of the concept vehicle suggest that it gets a five-speed manual gearbox.
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