Wondering, how the upcoming Renault Kiger would look like? Here's a digital rendering of the Renault Kiger, showcasing all the necessary details of the upcoming Kia Sonet rival. Take a look.
Renault has cracked the right formula to make small yet affordable cars. It started with the Duster and was then followed by the Kwid and the Triber. Now in 2020, Renault is developing a sub-4m compact-SUV that will rival the likes of upcoming Kia Sonet, Tata Nexon, Maruti Vitara Brezza and more. As we know that sub-4m compact-SUV space is the most hotly-contested one, thus every carmaker wants to have a product in this space. And, from Renault’s stable, it is going to be the Kiger. It has been spotted at times on test, wearing heavy camouflage, but still managing to shed a lot of design details. Collating them all, our in-house design expert – Shoeb R. Kalania has created a digital rendering of the back profile of the upcoming Renault Kiger.
In the video, it can be seen that the rear-end of the Renault Kiger looks amazing. Like the front, it has a lot of interesting details to fall for. To start with, it gets a chunky bumper with all-black cladding in place. On the outer-most edges of the cladding are the sleek reflector strips. Also, it gets a silver-finished panel in the bumper that accentuates the overall appeal of the car. Moving towards the boot lid, it is free from any sort of sharp creases. But, it houses the extension of the C-shaped LED tail lamps.
For the upper part, the designer has used an actual lighting element, while for the lower arm of the ‘C’, an indent is all you can see in the boot lid. The windshield is fairly big as well. On the top, a set of chunky roof rails can be seen. Overall, the Kiger looks fairly wide. We earlier created a rendering of the front facet of the Kiger. Thus, contemplating them both together, it can be said that Kiger will have an eye-catchy design for sure.
Talking of the mechanicals, Kiger will be powered by a 1.0L 3-pot turbocharged petrol motor. It is expected to be offered in two states of tunes 100 PS/160 Nm and 117 PS/170 Nm. Also, it is likely to be offered with 2 transmission options – 5-speed MT and CVT. On the inside, the Kiger will come loaded with a slew of features. It will boast of an 8.0-inch touchscreen, mounted in a fully-floating layout. However, it might miss out on an electronic sunroof. The Kiger is likely to go on sale by the end of this year.