The Renault Duster pick-up truck was first displayed in Brazil in 2014 as a concept and now the production version will be displayed at the Buenos Aires Motor Show.
Renault has finally revealed the Duster Oroch pick-up truck which is going be displayed at the Buenos Aires Motor Show starting from today. This is the French automaker’s first ever mid-size pick-up truck and is based on the Duster compact SUV. The same vehicle was first displayed as a concept in 2014 in Brazil and gave us a fair idea of how the final production version will look. The Duster Oroch is aimed primarily at the South American market where pick-up trucks are in huge demand and they sell in at least 1 million units a year.
The Renault Duster Oroch looks very muscular. The front fascia is shared with the Duster but comes with tweaked headlights, bumper, grille and fog lamp housings. The smoked headlamps add a nice appeal to the SUV. The front bumper gets silver skid plates too. The Duster Oroch comes with four doors and a huge cargo area incorporated at the back. The silver roof rails get matte black edges while the cargo area also gets black surrounds. The alloy wheels come in a shade of grey.
The layout of the interiors is again similar to the regular Duster but the Oroch has a full black colour scheme which looks quite good. While most of the interior components are finished in a regular black colour, certain trims come in a piano black finish. The Renault Duster Oroch will be offered with 1.6-litre and 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engines in Argentina and the vehicle will also get a new infotainment system with a 7-inch touch screen. The Duster Oroch pick-up truck won’t be launched in India as there is hardly any demand for such vehicles here.