The Renault Duster for 2018 features a new front grille, which has a wider stance but is a bit taller and merges into the front bumper neatly. In the middle sits a large Renault logo, which is surrounded by subtle chrome bits on its side. The car also comes fitted with LED daytime running lights and LED inserts for its tail-lamps. There’s a new alloy wheel design and a new chrome trim for the license plate as well.
On the inside, there are square air-con vents as opposed to the round units, a new steering wheel that’s like the one in the Captur, and there’s now subtle hints of chrome on the dashboard, steering wheel and air con buttons.
The India launch of this new Duster could be some time away though. Currently, the Captur crossover sits just above current Duster in Renault’s India line-up.