The Renault Kwid will turn one of the most affordable and cheapest cars on sale in Brazil today. And for better, see what sources people found out on the Motor1 website. The model changes, expected here in December, will include not only the design, but also the technical package and engine.
While it has not yet been officially revealed by the automaker in Brazil, the Kwid will look similar to what was seen by the Quattro Rodas sprinting on the streets of Curitiba in May, but with the design being (trying) to hide. was properly camouflaged. Change. And they will make the compact of the French brand more attractive.
The model that was seen in the capital of Paraná is exactly the one that has been available to the consumers in India for some time now. Photos of the local version of the brand’s official website show how much work Renault has put into re-styling the car to boost sales next year. With 2,655 license plates in the period, the model finished the month of October 18th among best sellers, according to the National Federation of Automotive Vehicle Distribution (Fenabrew).
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A quick glance at the new Renault Clio is enough to capture the not-so-subtle visual changes. The model, coming to Brazil in December, has an entirely new optical assembly, with the upper part dedicated to daytime lighting, in LEDs, and the lower part occupied by traditional headlights and flashlights, but redesigned has been done.
The rear headlights also received new designs, and the interiors now feature LED lights. Another highlight of the Renault Kwid from the rear is the different bumpers, and with larger and wider reflectors than the version currently on sale in Brazil. The wheels, if they followed the Indian model, would be made of light alloy diamonds, but the trend is that they will continue to be sold with hubcaps, as is the case today.
The changes take place inside the Renault Kwid 2022. Images taken from the manufacturer’s website in India show that the model will adopt a different steering wheel (which will be on the left in Brazil, definitely different from the one. Image above), a panel of devices with a digital display And even a new multimedia center, which will be 8-inches and will have system updates.
Inside the hood, the last change. The Renault Kwid 2022 will arrive in Brazil in December with engine changes that are mandated to meet the Proconve L7 (Vehicle Emission Control Programme). Because of this, it will exchange the existing 1.0 with 70 hp and 9.8 kgfm of torque for the Sandero’s 1.0 SCe, which generates 82 hp and 10.5 kgfm of torque. More power should also impact the prices of the French compact, which today starts at R$48,790 in the most basic version, the Lyft.
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