- Renault Triber will be built on an all-new platform.
- The model will measure less than 4m in length.
- The design sketches reveal exterior and interior styling.
- Under the hood, Triber will get Kwid's 1.0-L SCe engine.
- A 1.0L TCe unit could also be introduced by 2020.
Renault has released official design sketches of its upcoming Triber which is internally known as RBC. The Renault Triber will be retailed in several markets. As for its design and styling, it has been done in tandem with the latest trends in the domestic market. In a bid to benefit from the lower GST cess, Renault has kept Triber well under the four meter mark in terms of length.
Talking of the styling the Renault Triber gets projector headlamps in front that flank the v-shaped radiator grille featuring three slats and a wide honeycomb mesh lower grille. Round the back, it gets sporty tail-lamps and a faux skid plate that reiterate the SUV-ish characters. The cabin of the Renault Triber will feature three rows with 50:50 split seats in the third row which will reportedly be removable.
Built on an all-new platform, the Renault Triber will come as model above Renault Kwid in India. Under the hood, expect the new Triber to feature the same 1.0-litre SCe three-cylinder naturally aspirated petrol unit which powers Renault Kwid. The engine will reportedly be tuned to put out slightly more power. As for Kwid, the three-cylinder naturally aspirated unit belts out 68PS of power against 91 Nm torque
Renault will introduce a 1.0-litre TCe turbocharged three-cylinder petrol engine sometime in 2020. Transmission choices on the model will include a 5-speed manual unit and a 5-speed automated manual gearbox could also be added at a later stage. It is expected that Renault will launch the Triber by July this year followed by its Indonesia launch.