Famous in India for the legendary Renault Duster (already 23 awards!), Renault arrives in New Delhi Auto Show with a concept of SUV, specifically designed to meet the needs of young indian customers. Right after the reveal, we met the first visitors to gauge their first impressions: what do they think of this new concept? How do they perceive the Renault brand? Discover their very enthusiastic reactions!
The 11th New Delhi Auto Expo opened its doors yesterday for a week. Let’s have a look at the models exposed this year on the Renault stand.
With only 10 cars for every 1,000 people and double-digit growth in the car market for the past 10 years, India has become an El Dorado for carmakers. So it’s not surprising that Renault is going on the offensive in the Indian market by setting up its own distribution network and by launching 5 models there in under two years (Fluence, Koleos, Pulse, Duster and Scala). Discover Renault’s advantages in India.
New Fluence made its world debut at the Istanbul Motor Show (opened until November 11, 2012). The arrival of the upgraded model provides a perfect opportunity to take a look back at Fluence’s international career so far. While the name itself suggests flow and elegance, New Fluence strengthens this image with an extra dose of modernity, dynamism and style. But Fluence also signifies a highly successful sedan with an international calling, today produced in five countries – South Korea, Turkey, Russia, Argentina and India – and sold in 83!
Renault is broadening its range of vehicles available in India with Scala, the fifth model launched in this country in less than 18 months. This premium small saloon is manufactured at the Chennai plant. After the sedan Fluence, the crossover Koleos, the hatchback Pulse and the SUV Duster, the launch of Scala means Renault is now represented in all segments of the Indian car market, with products that meet the needs of many different customers.