While spy shots of the Renault Kiger were surfaced several times, here we have a rendered image of the Renault Kiger showing what the upcoming SUV could look like.
Renault is all set to join in the hotly-contested and crowded compact SUV segment with the upcoming Renault Kiger. The all-new Kiger will share the platform with the Triber and could come to become a cheaper alternative to the likes of Maruti Vitara Brezza, Hyundai Venue, and Kia Sonet in the sub-four-metre SUV segment. While spy shots of the Renault Kiger were surfaced several times, here we have a rendered image of the Renault Kiger showing what the upcoming SUV could look like.
Shared by a digital illustrator, Kleber Silva on Behance, the rendering gives us a brief idea of how the upcoming Vitara Brezza rival would look like. The front of the SUV looks much like the brother Renault Captur. It features all-LED headlamps along with LED daytime running lights which are the extension of the headlamps itself. The rendered version of the Kiger gets muscular front bumper with faux skid plate adding to the ruggedness of the model. Interestingly, there are no fog lamps in the render image.
The side profile of the Renault Kiger sports black claddings running around the body and wheel arches, which also enhances the sportiness of the car. The dual-tone blue-black colour scheme with silver-coloured roof rails look extremely good on the Kiger SUV.
The rear end of the car reminds us of the recently-launched Nissan Magnite. It has the roof-mounted rear spoiler that is similar to the one seen in the Magnite. There are all LED taillights that are connected by the reflector bar, in line with the common trend among the SUVs recently. The rear bumper is not as muscular as that of the front and accommodates a red reflector strip with faux skid plate at the lower section.
Basically, the Renault Kiger is a compact SUV that will be built on the CMF-A platform which also underpins the Renault Triber and Renault Kwid. The same also spawns off the Nissan Magnite. Just like the platform, the Renault Kiger is expected to share the same engine with the Magnite. It is likely to come with a 1.0-litre turbo-petrol and naturally-aspirated petrol engine, all paired with a manual and a CVT option. The Renault Kiger is set to be launched in India next year.