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November 18, 2020

Renault Kiger Show-Car: An All-New SUV for India

Renault Kiger

Renault Kiger

Renault Kiger

Renault Kiger

Photos: Renault Kiger. Images provided by & copyright Renault.

Boulogne-Billancourt, France. November 18, 2020 — India has been one of the most attractive automobile markets globally for several years. Renault recognized this potential and has been present in India since 2005. It has adapted successful models to the local market like Duster and has revolutionized specific segments with original products such as Kwid and Triber. Kiger show car is a new step consolidating Renault’s presence in India.

• An eye-catching little SUV with a devastating look

Born from the cooperation between Renault’s French and Indian Design divisions, the Kiger show car is an SUV with an adventurous look exuding attractive energy that catches both the eye and the mind. With its DNA, it is for the urban jungle as well as the great outdoors.

The Kiger show car stands out with its sculpted bonnet, slender windscreen, and semi-floating roof with a roof rack. On both sides, the tapered mirrors are like airplane wings. The roof drop is topped by a spoiler at the rear, giving the vehicle a very airy look. The lower section is more muscular and stockier, resting on four 19-inch wheels framed by large square arches that provide strength to the exterior styling. The sporty side is accentuated by the dual centrally located exhaust tailpipes and the honeycomb patterns distributed around the vehicle.

“French and Indian designers’ creative association was the best way to meet the needs and expectations of a clientele increasingly fond of the style, dynamism, and novelty. As with Triber, we are again demonstrating our ability to innovate by offering a new model with a dual personality, both urban and outdoor. Kiger Show-car is very close to the future production model,” said Laurens van den Acker, EVP, Corporate Design of Groupe Renault.

Specially developed in India for the show car, the green ‘Aurora Borealis’ color of the Kiger show car changes according to the light and the angle from which you observe it. It is adorned with mysterious blue and purple reflections that make the car as intriguing as it is seductive. Fluorescent touches highlight certain aluminum elements such as door handles, bumper inserts, strapping with inlaid decoration, logo contours, and brake calipers.

• An asset for Renault in India

As the leading European manufacturer distributed in India, Renault continues to strengthen its market presence. It anticipates the transformations in the automotive industry and remains attentive to the Indian customers’ requirements.

Renault is entering a new phase with the Kiger show car. The production model it prefigures will attract customers looking for novelty and modernity in a B-segment representing 51% of the Indian market. Compact enough to fit in anywhere and surprisingly spacious to accommodate a whole family, it will make the city its main playground while crossing rural terrain.

“India is the second-most populous country in the world and also one of the fastest-growing states. Thanks to the Duster, Kwid, and Triber models, Renault is the leading European brand in India. Renault Kiger, this compact SUV of fewer than 4 meters, different from the ones we see on the roads today, will strengthen our presence and win new customers,” said Fabrice Cambolive, SVP, Chairman of AMI-Pacific Region - Groupe Renault.

The series version of the Kiger show car, designed and developed for India, answers customers’ needs in compact SUVs and allows Renault to reach a new clientele. Renault will export this vehicle to markets outside of India as well.

Source: Renault


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