File photo: Renault India CEO & MD Venkatram Mamillapalle (L) and VP-Sales & Marketing Thomas Dubruel during the launch of the company's all new car 'TRIBER', in New Delhi, Wednesday, Aug 28, 2019. (PTI Photo/ Shahbaz Khan)  (PTI)
File photo: Renault India CEO & MD Venkatram Mamillapalle (L) and VP-Sales & Marketing Thomas Dubruel during the launch of the company's all new car 'TRIBER', in New Delhi, Wednesday, Aug 28, 2019. (PTI Photo/ Shahbaz Khan) (PTI)

Renault India to showcase 12 cars at Auto Expo 2020

  • Renault will showcase complete India range with product and technological advancement strategies.
  • A dedicated ‘Electric Corner’ and global concepts highlighting Renault’s focus on Future Mobility.

Europe’s number one carmaker Renault will bring in 12 cars for display at the forthcoming biennial Auto Expo 2020, which will be held at the India Expo Mart, Greater Noida from February 7-12.

Renault will showcase its complete India range and share its roadmap to keep developing its India product portfolio. This will be in the form of design, technological and strategic advancements, which are planned while keeping in mind evolving and discerning Indian customer needs.

The company has recently launched the BS 6 versions of its popular hatchback Kwid and MPV Triber. Both are expected to be showcased at the Expo. Renault also has plans of shortly launching the BS 6-compliant versions of Duster and Captur.

Besides its current line-up, Renault could also offer a glimpse of its new India-bound compact SUV. The company recently confirmed bringing in the SUV some time in 2020 in what is a clear sign that it takes to take the extremely lucrative segment by its horns.

The compact SUV segment has the likes of Vitara Brezza from Maruti Suzuki, Venue from Hyundai, Nexon from Tata Motors and Mahindra's XUV 300. Renault has had no presence here and even though the Duster is often put in this segment, it plays with slightly bigger boys like Hyundai's Creta. It appears now that to fully tap into the segment, Renault is gearing up to bring in a car currently codenamed HBC.

The Renault Pavilion will also have an exclusive ‘Electric Corner’ highlighting Renault’s focus on Future Mobility. Renault will have a mix of production cars and global concepts including its F1 racing concept, highlighting Renault’s penchant for cutting-edge technology and breakthrough innovations.

The Renault Pavilion will also host exciting customer-engagement activities and modern entertainment acts in its booth which will perfectly complement its contemporary designed Pavilion.

The introduction of new products - Triber, Kwid and Duster - helped Renault to grow by 7.9% in 2019. The Renault Pavilion will be in Hall No. 10; Stall- N3.

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