by Caroline De Beaumont - Design

Renault unveils two KWID show cars in India

Two show cars — Renault KWID CLIMBER and Renault KWID RACER— unveiled at the New Delhi Motor Show, February 2016.

Since its Indian release in autumn 2015, Renault KWID is proving highly successful, with sales reaching 90,000 units already. At the 2016 Delhi Motor Show, Renault unveiled two prodigious show cars built on the chassis of the KWID production vehicle: KWID Climber and KWID Racer.

At first glance, Renault KWID blends an emotional design with the need for reassurance expressed by customers. Its SUV lines mirror its tough, robust character and underpin its distinctive, modern look. Both of the show cars are based on the Renault KWID platform. The front end is distinctive and immediately recognisable as a Renault. The wheel arches are generous and the unique body colours bear design touches common to both vehicles,

                                  Laurens Van Den Acker, Senior Vice President, Corporate Design.


RENAULT KWID CLIMBER

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Renault KWID Climber stands tall as an off-roader. With its high ground clearance, wide track, short overhangs and the specially designed pattern of its tyres, this car is built for adventure off the beaten track. It has all the qualities of an off-roader, including a compact footprint, high ground clearance, big bumpers, side protective mouldings, and generous, diamond-effect wheels. Its deep Flame Orange finish underscores the sculpted lines of the body.


RENAULT KWID RACER

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Renault KWID Racer belongs to an entirely different category of car and conjures up the world of racing, with 18-inch alloy wheels, low-profile tyres, honed aerodynamics, bucket seats and a roll cage. It boasts of a sporty metallic blue finish. Its wide air intakes are suggestive of performance, while the spoilers and diffuser guarantee outstanding handling. The C-shaped LED lighting signature and the high-tech treatment of the lights signal that the Renault KWID Racer is clearly in tune with Renault’s new design strategy.

 

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