Dacia will launch two new models at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, according to its Facebook page in Germany. Dacia, a low-cost brand from Romania, is owned by Renault. Few details are available but from what we know, the first new model is believed to be a station wagon version of the second-generation Logan sedan that was presented last September in Paris.
Believed to be named as the Logan MCV, it will make use of an all-new design on its interior as well as exterior. However, it will keep the in-demand seven-seater configuration of the present model. In majority of countries, the Logan MCV will have a starting price of lower than €10,000 (around $13,200), making it the least expensive station wagon in the market.
It’s likely that the second new model will be a facelifted version of the Duster -- one of the most popular Dacia models in Europe. The front end of the SUV will share some design elements with the Logan and the Renault DCross concept that was launched last October in Sao Paolo, Brazil. Aside from taking on a more dynamic look, the Duster will probably get a majorly modified cockpit that will be offered with Dacia's Media Nav touch screen-based infotainment system. The complete set of information about the two new Dacia models is set to be released soon.