The 2015 French car-maker’s Duster-based commercial pick-up has been developed and designed by Renault Layout Centre looking much alike the Duster familiar variant. However, its product dimensions are quite larger, with 18-inch wheels and the soft-truck area. After the sensational Dacia’s success in the European automotive market, the French Renault updated the wizard model for the South American market, where this model year’s so-called Duster Oroch (as the Romanian Dacia brand name is not allowed to use for South America) was teased at the International Sao Paolo Motor Show in October.
The concept would be launched to the production at the end of 2015, for the target automotive markets of Russia and Latin America only. The Renault confirmed the Oroch pick-up to be totally made-up for the launching start-up. The conceptual design line bears the front end taken almost unaltered from the 4х4 passenger car, with drop-down tailgate and polished roof rails. Although we feel the lack of full technical specs and the entire data, the Oroch pick-up is expected to bolster the existing French engine lineup; the model version is believed to feature 1.6-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel power units borrowed practically unchanged from the predesseccor. Quite the same with the interior; only several trim options would be added. The whole brand-Duster interior may remain familiar to us.