The German Dacia Division officially announced today that the Romanian car manufacturer brings two completely new models to Geneva Motor Show 2013. One will be Dacia Logan MCV and the second could be Dacia Duster facelift.
Dacia Stand at Geneva Motor Show 2013
Last fall marked a milestone in the history of Dacia, Romanian manufacturer revealing new generations of Logan, Sandero and Sandero Stepway. Dacia’s offensive strategy has not ended.
At the Geneva Motor Show 2013, Romanian manufacturer is planning two more debuts extremely important in the process of renewal of the range. The announcement was made by Dacia officials in Germany and published on the manufacturer’s Facebook channel.
It is the first time when Dacia recognizes the presence of two new surprises in Geneva and puts an end to further speculation. Although they declined to provide more details about the two new Dacia models, it’s likely you’ll find at their stand at Geneva Motor Show 2013 the next generation of Dacia Logan MCV.
2013 Dacia Logan MCV will adopt the same front of the car currently found on Dacia Logan or Dacia Sandero while we may see some small changes on the rear bumper. The rest of the design will be different from what we’ve seen on Sandero or Logan, with vertical taillights and a distinctive spoiler.
2013 Dacia Duster and Logan MCV
The second model that Dacia is preparing for Geneva could be Dacia Duster facelift. Romanian SUV is already in the third year of its career and needs an incentive to maintain the appeal of the public in Western Europe. Revised list would include a front look slightly changed, with a new grille and smaller headlights. The interior for Dacia Duster facelift will get new dashboard clocks and some new equipment, including cruise control, steering wheel controls and a multimedia navigation system.
Prices for Dacia Duster facelift and Dacia Logan MCV have not been revealed but we should expect similar prices to the ones available in 2012. Based on their full specs, the new Dacia Duster or Logan MCV may have slightly increased prices.