The arrival of the new Dacia Duster 2024 is already imminent. There will be a third version of the popular Dacia SUV. A model that will be modified and will have significant mechanical modifications. We hand over the keys to the engines that will comprise the new Duster range, as well as its commitment to electrification.
A new generation of one of Dacia’s flagship vehicles is now being designed and developed at full capacity. In the near future, the third generation of the Dacia Duster will emerge. The popular inexpensive SUV will get an extensive redesign. It will be an entirely new car in terms of technology and will have innovative design, technology, and mechanics.
The new Duster, slated for release in 2024, is starting to appear on the horizon. And there are other aspects of a model that has grabbed the global audience to consider. It is a success not just in Europe. Away from the Old Continent’s boundaries, it is also very popular, since it is sold under the Renault name. It is time for the Duster to abandon its obsolete basis and go to the CMF-B platform.
The engine lineup of the upcoming 2024 Dacia Duster.
This will be one of the most significant changes brought about by the entrance of the third generation. Utilizing the CMF-B platform facilitates the electrification of the Duster. Furthermore, as we have assessed in a recent book, electrification will be crucial to the Duster 4×4’s future. This construction allows for a variety of mechanical section modifications.
The Duster is now available with gasoline and diesel engines, as well as a bi-fuel variant with an LPG-adapted engine block (Liquefied Petroleum Gas). All of them are traditional engines without electrification, and diesel engines are limited to the 4×4 configuration. This, however, will change with the introduction of the Dacia Duster 3. The third generation will rely only on gasoline and low to moderate levels of electrification.
The new Duster will emphasize the 1.3-liter TCe gasoline engine with 130 horsepower. In addition, there will be an electrified 150-hp 1.3 TCe engine with a 12-volt mild-hybrid (MHEV) system. Even if the six-speed manual transmission will be the star, the EDC dual-clutch automatic transmission will remain. Currently available transmission with six relationships.
The Dacia Duster 2024 will not abandon LPG and will rely on electric propulsion.
The previously outlined mechanisms will be accessible until at least 2027 when Euro 7 laws are anticipated to take effect. LPG will continue to exist, but Dacia will make modifications. The biofuel model will use the 1.3 TCe engine. As previously stated, the 1.5 Blue dCi diesel engine will no longer be offered.
Abandoning diesel will let the Duster integrate a self-recharging hybrid (HEV) model. A motor based on the E-Tech technology developed by the Renault Group. This model will have a 1.6-liter gasoline engine. Similar to the engine used in the hybrid Renault Captur.