Dacia will unveil a new seven-seater family car called the Jogger, which will be unveiled at the Munich Motor Show as a replacement for the Lodgy MPV.
The new model from Groupe Renault’s economy brand, described as “a versatile family car”, will be unveiled on September 3 before being exhibited at the Munich Motor Show the following week.
Dacia says the name Jogger was chosen because it is a “simple, modern” title that represents “dynamism, positive energy and the outdoor spirit”. In a hint to its positioning, it also shares the “er” suffix with the Duster SUV and the recently featured Bigster large SUV concept.
The Lodgy MPV was launched in 2012, although it was never sold in the UK. It is not clear whether the Jogger, which is a key part of Dacia’s ongoing range expansion, will be offered in this market.
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This notice was published: 2021-08-30 08:12:12