The design of the new Sandero is more streamlined, thanks to a more sloping windshield, a lower roofline, a flowing roofline and a radio antenna placed at the end of the roof. Dacia says that despite unchanged ground clearance, the new Sandero feels lower and more grounded, thanks in part to wider tracks and flush-mounted wheels.
With its raised ground clearance, the new Sandero Stepway is the versatile crossover in the Dacia range. The new model is recognisable at the front by a specific, ribbed and more domed hood, the chrome Stepway logo under the grille and curved fenders above the fog lights.
Completely redesigned, the silhouette of the new Logan is described as more dynamic and slightly elongated. The flowing roofline, the radio antenna placed at the end of the roof and a slight reduction in side glass surfaces help to boost the overall line. The Y-shaped light signature, flush-fitting wheels and the “more qualitative design” of certain elements such as the door handles are identical attributes to those of the new Sandero.
The front and rear optics inaugurate Dacia’s new Y-shaped light signature. A horizontal line joins the two headlamps at the front and rear and extends into their respective lighting lines, helping to visually broaden the models.